Warface: Breakout is a new PvP shooter on PS4 and Xbox One that launched as a surprise on May 26. Since similar games offer cross-play with friends, you might be wondering if Warface: Breakout is cross-platform.
The short answer is no: Warface is not cross-platform. But that's not the whole story.
As it stands, Warface: Breakout is strictly limited to the console you purchased it on, meaning you won't be able to play with Xbox One players if you're on PlayStation 4 or vice versa.
However, while there's no word on when or if it will be available, the developers said in 2019 that they plan to bring cross-platform play to the original Warface in "Q2 2020". This means that upcoming patches and updates may bring the feature to Breakout.
Warface franchise producer Ivan Pabiarzhyn told Nintendo Life earlier this year that the team still isn't ready to implement cross-platform play into the original game, so while it's possible that will happen to Warface: Breakout functionality might still be a long way off.
Warface was released in 2013 as a free-to-play multiplayer shooter and is developed by Crytek Kiev, although this latest spin-off is developed by Allods Team and costs $19,99.
Warface: Breakout is described as a throwback to the classic competitive shooters of yesteryear, with its developers citing the hugely popular Counter-Strike as inspiration. Unlike the game it is based on, Warface: Breakout is designed for console play.
With five maps and over 30 weapons, Warface: Breakout is expected to evolve over time with free seasonal content and has no plans to incorporate a battle pass for players to purchase.
So this is it. The skinny on Warface: Breakout cross platform play. Be sure to check back as we will update this article if the ability to play with friends is added to the game.