Naraka: BladePoint is an adventure royal battle in the fantasy genre, in which up to 60 players can fight a duel to become the last surviving man (or woman).
Currently, the game is available only on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PC and, fortunately, allows players on both platforms to play together thanks to the support of the cross-platform game. The details of the cross-processions are a little vague at the time of writing, but there is a certain level of support that can be used.
Versions for Xbox One and PlayStation 5 are in development and will be released in the future. Naraka: It is expected that BladePoint will expand support for cross-games and cross-processions with its releases.
At the moment, the next management will provide you with all the necessary information about the level of support for cross-games and cross-processions in Naraka: BladePoint.
Naraka: Support for cross-platform game BladePoint
Naraka: BladePoint became available to the Xbox series consoles only in June 2022. Previously, the game was available only on a PC, and it was not even the opportunity to allow players to play together on different PC launches.
However, after the update of June 2022, Naraka: BladePoint officially supports the cross-platform game between the consoles of the Xbox and PC series. This means that players on both sides of the bridge can play together.
However, the game still does not allow PC players to play between different launches. Therefore, Steam players cannot play with players in Epic Games Store.
It is expected that the lack of support for the cross-platform game between various PC launch programs will change. Please note that there was no official announcement, but we expect that the support of the cross-platform game will improve after the versions for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox One.
Naraka: Support for cross-processing BladePoint
Naraka: BladePoint only partially supports cross-progress. Steam and Xbox accounts are considered separate objects. You cannot transfer your progress from Steam to Xbox. If you decide to switch to the console version, you will have to start from scratch.
Oddly enough, you can still transfer your progress from PC to Xbox, but for this you will need an Xbox account. Players playing through Microsoft Store on a PC can use cross progress, since Xbox and Microsoft Store are considered the same objects, since they belong to the same ecosystem.
As in the case of a cross-platform game, players cross their fingers, waiting for an improvement in the support of cross-progress in the future.