Halo Infinite Getting Crossplay Support

It's been a while since our we've gotten a one of Microsoft's signature recommitments to PC gaming, but the wait is over. Xbox Wire has word on how MS really means it this time. Matt (Sheik Yer) Booty recaps the company's improved support for the PC platform and crossplay. This is continuing going forward, as he outlines crossplay support for Halo Infinite, as well as support for playing console games on PCs via the cloud. Here's more on how Microsoft feels things are going:
We know that we still have a lot of work to do, but based on the response from both PC gamers and PC game developers, we think that we’re headed in the right direction for this community with the investments we’re making. We have never been in a better position as an organization to deliver for PC gamers, with Xbox Game Studios and Bethesda developing content for both PC and Xbox, the Windows and DirectX teams creating technologies that empower developers and provide PC players with features that specifically take advantage of PC hardware, Xbox Game Pass for PC featuring games for every type of PC gamer with Xbox Game Studio games coming on day one, and the ongoing evolution of the Xbox app and Xbox Game Bar. We’ll continue listening to the community to ensure we’re delivering on our promises, and respecting how players choose to play. This is especially true as we head into the second half of 2021, when our work across the entire PC ecosystem has the potential to come together in a way that propels the industry forward and brings great games to more gamers around the world.