It is one of the most popular consoles, and thanks to cross-play functionality on games, it allows players to play games without platform restriction. However, not all players want to play a game with other players having an advantage. Few players are aware that you can disable crossplay functionality on your Xbox Series console.

Today, in this article, we will be sharing how you can disable Xbox Crossplay from settings. Without further ado, let’s check it out.

How to Disable Crossplay on Xbox One, Series X, and Series S

  • Open Xbox Settings (From the Dashboard, you have access to Settings from the profile icon by pressing the guide menu on the console.
  • Head over to Online Safety & Family from General Option, which appears on the left sidebar.
  • Next, select Privacy & Online Safety and then choose Xbox Live Privacy.
  • After that, select Communication & Multiplayers from the View Details & Customize option from the left-sidebar.
  • Check for the “You can play with people outside Xbox Live” option, and choose Block/Allow accordingly.
  • That’s it!

Note: New settings will be applied when you start a new game, or when you restart your game after saving the settings.

After disabling crossplay functionality, your game will no longer match with players on PC and Mobile. Not to mention, matchmaking on PC and mobile makes it easier and faster.

We believe this article remains helpful for you and have successfully disabled the crossplay on Xbox One, Series X, and Series S. Thanks for being with us. We would like to know your valuable opinion and feedback. If there is any query, please share it with us in the comment section down below.