Are you also wondering that can you disable crossplay in Apex Legends? And if you can, then how? Read the full article to know all the details regarding Apex Legends Crossplay. Apex Legends is a hero-Battle Royale game developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts. Released in February 2019 for all the major gaming platforms, this game has supported crossplay from the very beginning. The crossplay features enable players to play with the players who are playing from different types of gaming consoles. But, can you disable this feature? Here is what you need to know about it.
Disable Apex Legends Crossplay
When we talk about disabling Crossplay in Apex legends, yes you can do it. Disabling crossplay will turn off the possibilities of playing with your friends or players on another kind of gaming platform. But, why disable it? Some players have a feeling of insecurity that players playing on a different kind of platform have an unfair advantage over them. For instance, suppose a PC player has insecurity about a PlayStation player that he has an unfair advantage over him or vice versa. Another reason that console players turn crossplay features off is that they do not want to encounter hackers and unfair players. Usually, PC players turn out to be hackers. But, everyone has their own reasons. Before moving to disable crossplay feature, you must note that when crossplay is disabled, you will only be able to play with those players, who have also disabled this feature. It is not recommended to turn this feature off as it increases the waiting time before getting into a match (be it any platform). So, here is how you can disable the crossplay feature in Apex Legends.
- Go to the main menu by clicking the bottom right corner of your screen
- Click on “Settings” and scroll down until you see Crossplay.
- Switch Crossplay option to “Disable” to disable crossplay.
So, follow the above-mentioned steps to disable crossplay and mention below your reason for turning crossplay off.
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