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Helldivers 2: Collect signatures for Xbox access – PlayStation players are demanding this too

Helldivers 2: Collect signatures for Xbox access – PlayStation players are demanding this too

As we informed you, Hell Divers 2 It has managed to spread incredibly well, surpassing 400,000 concurrent players on PC alone. Meanwhile, social media has been filled with videos and posts depicting the players' exploits and the incredible scenery they experience.

Among all these posts and discussions, a lot of attention has been drawn to the efforts made by part of the gaming community to bring Helldivers 2 to the game. X-Box Their keyboards Microsoft. Specifically, on change.org collected More than 44,000 signatures for this very purpose, with the petition specifically texting:

Helldivers 2 coming to Xbox isn't just about accessibility. It is a testament to the power of unity, the resilience of the human spirit and the unbreakable bonds forged in the fires of battle. Let us embrace inclusivity, challenge and unity, and together we will conquer the universe once again!

In addition to the specific petition, Helldivers 2 players are also asking for help on social media. Many are pointing to the game being the one that will end the “console wars”, with many PlayStation players requesting help and cooperation from the Xbox community. After all, matters are more serious than meaningless disputes, here democracy is threatened…

Below you'll find some related posts that went viral on X, many with several million views.

Of course, Helldivers 2 is a game owned by PlayStation, which is the publisher, so it is doubtful that we will see it released on other platforms. The only time this has happened was with MLB: The Show, a series being developed by an in-house team at PlayStation Studios, but the new contract with Major League Baseball stipulates that the titles will be available on all consoles.

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