Microsoft has affirmed that it is conversing with Sony in regards to bringing cross-play to the two stages.

Cross-play – which would enable PS4 players to play recreations with Xbox One clients and the other way around – has been a much-asked for highlight on the two consoles for quite a while, yet generally it has been Sony hindering the move.

At Gamescom, notwithstanding, Aaron Greenberg, head of promoting at Xbox, revealed to GameReactor that Microsoft still hasn’t abandoned the thought and that discussions with Sony are continuous.

Recreations like Rocket League and ARK: Survival Evolved are as of now cross-play between Xbox One and PC, and amusements like Street Fighter are cross-play amongst PS4 and PC, so a decent point of reference has been set up until this point.

“We’re talking to Sony, we do partner with them on Minecraft and of course we would like to enable them to be part of that; one community, to unite gamers,” Greenberg said.

“So we’re talking to them and we’re hopeful that they’ll be supportive of it.”