As cross-platform play becomes increasingly popular, more third-party companies are starting to make it a standard feature within their games, as it's a great way of sustaining and uniting communities. Ubisoft's free-to-play arena fighter Brawlhalla is one of the latest titles to add cross-platform multiplayer support.

It's got the company's CEO Yves Guillemot so excited, he now wants to put the feature in every single one of Ubisoft's player verse player games. He revealed this recently within Ubisoft's Q2 earnings call.

Our goal is to put cross-play on all the PvP games we have, over time. That's well on the way.

Brawlhalla is the second Ubisoft title to add full cross-platform play. The other one is the World Dance Floor mode in Just Dance. The company has even previously noted how it wanted to move away from "finite experiences" to instead focus more on PvP.

As enticing as cross-play is for many developers and publishers, there have been a number of struggles along the way – with certain platform holders previously reluctant to comply.

What do you think about Ubisoft wanting to add cross-play to all of its PvP experiences? Do you think it could impact the future titles the company decides to release on the Switch? Leave a comment below.