Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 fans who choose to play on Xbox or PC have found that the option to disable cross-play is missing from the game.
On the PlayStation versions of Modern Warfare 2, entering the settings menu sees the user faced with a crossplay toggle as well as a crossplay communication toggle at the top of the options list. For Xbox and PC gamers, these options are completely missing.
Xbox players have the option to turn off cross-play at the system level within the console settings, but those on PC seem to have no choice at all. PlayStation users seem to only have the option to play against others on the same platform.
There are a number of reasons why players might prefer to turn off crossplay – PC players may be looking to avoid console players with aim assist, while console users with console users will most likely want to avoid matching up with PC users who play with the more accurate. keyboard and mouse.
– Joshua Ruzicka (@JoshuaRuzicka3) 28 October 2022
Call of Duty: Modern Warfarewhich released in 2019, did have input-based matchmaking that allowed players to match with others using a controller or keyboard and mouse, but this was a missing feature later on.
It is still unclear if this is a deliberate decision by Activision Blizzard, or if a future patch will see the crossplay added to the Xbox and PC versions of the game.
Fans of Modern Warfare 2 took to Twitter to express his displeasure with the missing feature. “I don’t want to play against computer players,” said onewith another adding, “The PC players ruin the experience because they can download cheats easily.”
Elsewhere in Call of Duty news, PlayStation users will also get additional exclusive in-game content.