In practice, it means for the other versions to catch up with the PC version, and that has proved to be a moving target. Since for a long while it was understood as "catching up to Journey's (Actual) End" it sort of makes sense, in a way, to assume that this what the dev team are still working on, with the DST crossover being left to wait for a next update. Or perhaps that it's only content parity between the console/mobile ports -- the sections that have "505 Games/DR" on their banner instead of "Re-Logic".Content parity means content parity... every platform with the same vanilla content (not getting into the whole mods thing, that's another bridge). Content parity then enables an ATTEMPT at crossplay functionality for real.
Basically there was no actual announcement that the DST content would be included in the content parity in that line:
It may seem obvious to you, but Internet communication is the land of confusion and misunderstandings (it doesn't help that some people are reading through online translators that don't always do a stellar job), so sometimes it's better to be exceedingly explicit.The team is eagerly anticipating jumping headlong into bringing content parity to all platforms in the new year