With Rainbow Six Siege‘s latest update that deployed on June 29, now all players on PC, Luna, and Stadia can turn on the Crossplay and Cross-Progression features to team up together or play against each other in united servers. If you wonder how to enable Rainbow Six Siege crossplay on PC, I have to admit that it’s as simple as a few clicks.
First of all, keep in mind that Crossplay is an optional feature in Rainbow Six Siege. You won’t be able to play with another player on a different platform until you both enable the feature.
How to Enable Rainbow Six Siege Crossplay
In order to enable Crossplay, click on the setting button - the one with a gear icon - on the top right of the screen. Now select Options and move to the General tab. Scroll down the list of options and you will find Crossplay Matchmaking and Crossplay Communications.
First, you need to turn on the Crossplay Matchmaking to use shared servers for finding a match. Now, if you want to communicate with Stadia/Luna players, or if you want to invite someone from Stadia/Luna to your squad, you will need to turn on Crossplay Communication as well.
If you faced any serious issue after enabling the crossplay feature, make sure to report it to the support team behind the game, though it should work properly.
This is the first phase of the crossplay in Rainbow Six Siege. The second phase will enable the same feature between Xbox and PlayStation consoles earlier in 2022. That being said, Cross-Progression will be available between all platforms, allowing you to carry your progress from one platform to the other.
Rainbow Six Siege is now available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC, Stadia, and Luna. It’s worth noting that the game is also available in the Xbox Game Pass library.