Xbox players are getting progressively more frustrated with PC gamers, initially cross play was a sought after feature in the game with players enjoying playing with their friends cross platform. Now it appears that tensions are running high as Xbox players are looking to opt out of cross play in a bid to avoid PC cheaters.
It is becoming increasingly more obvious as to why gamers are getting frustrated by this, in titles like Halo Infinite and Call of Duty: Warzone, Xbox players can play up against PC players in a number of playlists.
Recently Reddit user ‘Meiie’ took to the platform to share their concerns on the matter, the post read “Now that cheating in Halo is confirmed on PC, can we have to option to opt out of cross-play?”.
“This is one of the reasons many console users choose to not play on pc. Besides the ease of playing on console, avoiding pc cheaters has been my biggest reason for not playing on PC. Destiny, Warzone, BF, Apex..tons of cheaters on PC. Never run into any when playing on console and opting out of cross-play.”
“This is really important and I think not getting this option now is gonna spiral pretty hard into us players, on console, having to deal with infestation of cheaters currently on PC.”
Both titles are currently facing a lot of issues with cheaters and players have been quick to take to social media with their complaints, especially since Warzone offers no option to disable crossplay.
The majority of these hacks come from PC players, however Warzone have recently issued their new anti-cheat system in a bid to combat the problem. Fans are calling for the cross play feature to be removed from Halo Infinite as the cheating is slowing growing worse.
Many players are feeling that the cross play in Halo Infinite is forced as they have no option to change it, will this feedback prompt Microsoft to make some changes?
It looks like fans will have to wait and see if this will ever come into fruition, but in the meantime be sure to check back with us at Gamerficial for the latest news and updates.