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We’re thrilled to announce that for the first time ever, Xbox One Paladins players will be able to face off against gamers on another platform.
Crossplay multiplayer is coming to Paladins on June 12, putting Xbox One and Nintendo Switch owners on the same servers! This will make the pool of Paladins players even larger, resulting in better and more competitive matches for all Xbox One players.
You’ll always know when you’re playing with Xbox One gamers — just look for the Xbox One logos next to their Gamertags. And if you don’t want to crossplay with Nintendo Switch owners for some reason, don’t worry; you’ll be able to turn off crossplay in the settings menu.
Crossplay was made possible by Paladins’ new Nintendo Switch version, announced earlier this week and will be available as soon as the Nintendo Switch version launches on June 12. You can download Paladins today on Xbox One and get ready to play with your friends on Nintendo Switch!
We look forward to the day where we can support crossplay between even more platforms when all the Champions in the Realm can play together. But until then, we’re thrilled to be uniting gamers on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
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