Upcoming 3rd-person shooter Crazy Justice will have Crossplay between Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC
No PlayStation, however.
Nearing the end of its Fig campaign, Crazy Justice, a third person shooter with Co-op mechanics and a Battle Royale mode, has announced that it will be Crossplay-compatible with its Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC versions. A PlayStation 4 version is also being made, but given Sony's unwavering stance on the matter, it will not be included.
Crazy Justice is within $4,000 of its $30K goal and posted a new trailer revealing the feature. Check it out:
Crazy Justice features a cel-shaded world with Steampunk elements and takes players to real-world locations including New York, Egypt, and the North Pole. The game features a story-driven campaign that can be played solo or in co-op with a friend. Co-op can either be played online or in split-screen local, and the game currently comes with three different online multiplayer modes, Survive, Survive the Telsa, and Protect the Tesla.
Survive the Tesla is Crazy Justice's take on Battle Royale where a giant shield is deployed in the middle of the map and gradually gets smaller during the match. Players outside of the shield die, while players inside fight to the death. The last player to survive wins. It may not seem like such a big deal, but what makes Crazy Justice important is that it is shaping up to have the first Battle Royale option for Nintendo Switch owners.
Crazy Justice doesn't currently have a concrete release date, but its campaign page says it will launch sometime in Q2 2018.