Star Wars: Battlefront 2 launches with two-player split-screen co-op help, until you’re on PC.
In the data blowout following the reveal of Star Wars: Battlefront 2 on Saturday, developer DICE has been clarifying lots of the sport’s options.
Among these is affirmation that Battlefront 2 will certainly help offline, split-screen co-op for 2 gamers. The studio didn’t say if this will likely be completed through a separate mode or if it’s going to be a part of multiplayer.
DICE did verify, nevertheless, that rewards and different customisation objects you earn by enjoying the mode will carry over to the web portion. Unfortunately, this mode won’t be a part of the PC model.
The sport’s official website clearly mentions PS4, and Xbox One as the one platforms the place this function will likely be accessible. Though hardly stunning, the information will little doubt upset followers who need to play it in split-screen co-op on PC.
A whole lot of gamers with PCs hooked as much as a TV deal with it as a strong console, so there’s positively a marketplace for these kind of local-play options on the platform.
The 2015 Battlefront additionally had split-screen mode that snubbed PC.
Star Wars: Battlefront 2 is out November 17 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.