Is Dragon Quest Builders 2 cross-platform?

Find out if Dragon Quest Builders 2 has any cross-platform support or crossplay enabled for multiplayer.

Dragon Quest Builders 2 is a lovely little game that’s we’ve rather fallen for here at AllGamers, and it would appear than fans are quite enamored too no matter their console of choice. Especially when the Switch version runs rather nicely. Whether you picked up the game on Switch or PS4, you might be wondering if it’s possible to play cross-platform or share your progress via crossplay between the two. In this article we’ll give you the short and simple answer to that question.

Is Dragon Quest Builders 2 cross-platform?

Is Dragon Quest Builders 2 cross-platform or have crossplay
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Sadly, no. Dragon Quest Builders 2 has only released on the Nintendo Switch and PS4 right now, and doesn’t support any manner of crossplay or cross-platform support. That means you can’t transfer your world between platforms, even if it’s a work of art. You also won’t be able to play online in multiplayer with anyone who’s playing the game on the other platform. If you’re on Switch, you can only play with people who also own the game on Switch, and the same is true for PS4 owners. If you and your friends haven’t picked up the game yet, we recommend discussing together which platform to buy it on

Maybe one day we’ll get a happy world of cross-platform and crossplay support for every multiplayer title, but we’re not quite there yet. For some games that do support the wonderful future or crossplay, check our list of the best cross-platform games around! While you might not have crossplay or cross-platform support for Dragon Quest Builders, there’s still plenty to enjoy in the game. If you’re considering picking it up, you might want to bookmark a few of our handy guides! We have room and set recipes, as well as guides to help you find all the Dracky Totems and Furrowfield puzzle locations in Dragon Quest Builders 2.

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