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    Games are a great mean for having fun. There are countless masterpieces that you can enjoy on your own. But every now and then you will need to lay off with some friends and work together to beat a game.

    In the list that follows we are gonna take a look at games that support co-op features, providing fun experiences for you and your friends to enjoy. Let’s take a look:

    1. Overcooked 2

    Release Date: August 7 2018
    Developer: Ghost Town Games
    Publisher: Team17
    Genre: Simulation
    Players: 2-4
    Type: Local / Online
    Platforms: PlayStation 4 | Nintendo Switch | Xbox One | Microsoft Windows | macOS | Linux, Macintosh OS

    Overcooked 2 is a cooperative cooking simulation game that is guaranteed to make you laugh. Unless you completely fail. Then you might start calling each other names.🤣

    The goal of the game is to make every dish that appears on the screen correctly and quickly in order to get the max score. Keep in mind that you will have to coordinate with your fellow player(s), as there are numerous preparations to be done in the kitchen before a meal is ready.

    Kitchens in the game are far from simple. There will be moving obstacles and you will have to take extra care not to burn your ingredients. The fun aspect of the game is that even when failing, some laughs are guaranteed. So go on, have a minor taste of what working in a kitchen feels like. You are in for a hell of a ride!

    2. Unravel Two

    Release Date: June 9 2018
    Developer: Coldwood Interactive
    Publisher: Electronic Arts
    Genre: Puzzle-Platformer
    Players: 1-2
    Type: Local
    Platforms: PlayStation 4 | Xbox One | Microsoft Windows | Nintendo Switch

    Possibly the cutest game in the list, Unravel Two is the sequel to 2016’s Unravel. You regain control of a Yarny, with a minor twist: now there are two Yarnys! Playing solo you get to control both of them, but in co-op, you can share this fun experience with a friend.

    Again, you will be tasked to overcome obstacles, solve puzzles and manipulate the world in order to move forward. While not the hardest game we’ve ever played, it will be quite a challenge. The game has very beautiful aesthetics and you will often find yourself captivated by the background. We don’t wanna say much more. Enjoy the game. We are sure you will!

    3. Rayman Legends

    Release Date: August 29 2013
    Developer: Ubisoft Montpellier
    Publisher: Ubisoft
    Genre: Platform
    Players: 1-4
    Type: Local
    Platforms: Microsoft Windows | PS3 | PS4 | PSVita | Wii U | Xbox 360 | Xbox One | Nintendo Switch

    How can you make an amazing game even better? The answer is by playing it in co-op with friends! You probably already know about Rayman Legends, the sequel to 2011’s Rayman Origins. This time around you get whole new levels to enjoy in addition to the remastered levels of the first game. Up to four players can enjoy the game simultaneously in Local play.

    And if you ever want to spice things up a little, you can always try the mini-game Kung Foot, a football mini-game within the game, and bring some competitiveness to your experience.

    4. A Way Out

    Release Date: March 23 2018
    Developer: Hazelight Studios
    Publisher: Electronic Arts
    Genre: Action-Adventure
    Players: 2
    Type: Online | Local Split-Screen
    Platforms: Microsoft Windows | PS4 | Xbox One

    We had fun and a lot of laughs with the previous games, but how about a serious co-op game that’s only playable with two players and will require you to escape prison? Because that’s exactly what A Way Out is.

    You will get control of Leo and Vincent, two convicts that plan their way to freedom, out of jail. Nothing in the game is fixed, you have tasks and either of the characters/players can perform them. Execute the tasks given in order to escape and run towards your freedom.

    The game offers two endings, hence you can always play a second playthrough, doing things differently if you want. Good luck on your “Way Out”.

    5. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2

    Release Date: November 14 2017
    Developer: Traveller’s Tales
    Publisher: Warner Bros.
    Genre: Action-Adventure
    Players: 1-2
    Type: Local
    Platforms: Microsoft Windows | PS4 | Xbox One | Nintendo Switch | MacOS

    For all the dads and moms out there, this is the perfect game to play with your kid! you gain control of a roster of Marvel’s most iconic heroes, while the co-op mode is split-screen and much more enjoyable to play with friends!

    With each character having his own special abilities, you are tasked with solving puzzles and participating in action sequences in order to complete the game. The “LEGO” concept is not something that only kids enjoy, so I guess you’re gonna have great fun with adults as well!

    6. LittleBigPlanet 3

    Release Date: November 18 2014
    Developer: Sumo Digital
    Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
    Genre: Puzzle-Platformer, sandbox
    Players: 1-4
    Type: Local | Online
    Platforms: PlayStation 3 | PlayStation 4

    Sackboy’s latest adventure was released back in 2014 and it still remains a great option for some couch gaming with your buddies.

    You will be tasked to overcome obstacles and puzzles and you will have to work with your friends to complete some tasks. The game provides a good number of original levels as well as boss fights. Of course, if you are done with these levels you can always hop online and test other players’ creations.

    You will be amazed by the talent of some players and the quality of their created levels. There are competitive levels as well as co-op ones. There are countless possibilities!

    7. Don’t Starve Together

    Release Date: April 21 2016
    Developer: Klei Entertainment
    Publisher: Klei Entertainment
    Genre: Survival, Action-Adventure
    Players: 1-6
    Type: Local (Consoles) | Online (PC & Consoles)
    Platforms: Windows | Mac OS X | Linux | PS4 | Xbox One

    In Don’t Starve Together, you and up to 5 more people are tasked with surviving in its world. The graphics are beautiful and you will soon be captivated in the world.

    The game offers three different modes:

    • Survival: you and your friends must survive. If a player dies, they become Ghosts that haunt the remaining players and drain their Sanity. You must quickly resurrect them otherwise everyone’s gonna die and the world will reset.
    • Endless: In this mode the world never resets and players can manually resurrect. It’s a light mode that can be played for having some relaxing fun
    • Wilderness: Players are put in random locations across the map. If you die you return to the character select screen and your map progress is wiped.

    Don’t Starve Together is a game that never ends and a great choice if you want some co-op n’ chill.

    8. Hidden Agenda

    Release Date: October 24 2017
    Developer: Supermassive Games
    Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment
    Genre: Interactive Action-Adventure
    Players: 1-6 (using PlayLink)
    Type: Local
    Platforms: PlayStation 4

    If you are a PS4 owner you probably have played either Heavy Rain, Until Dawn, Beyond: Two Souls or Detroit: Become Human. Well, Hidden Agenda is a very similar game, but this time your friends can join you in choosing your path.

    The co-op is possible via PlayLink, meaning you will need smartphones and the corresponding application that is available in Android and IOS.

    Here’s where it becomes fun: if you play competitive mode, one of the players will receive a hidden objective at some point, which will be to create conflict between the players. Do you think you got what it takes to figure out who amongst you tells the truth?

    9. Rock Band 4

    Release Date: October 6 2015
    Developer: Harmonix
    Publisher: Harmonix
    Genre: Rhythm
    Players: 1-4
    Type: Local | Online
    Platforms: PlayStation 4 | Xbox One

    We couldn’t have made this list without including at least one rhythm game. And we chose Rock Band 4! Rock out with your friends and score the most points possible!

    Each player will assume the role of an instument: one guitarist, one bassist, one drummer, and one vocalist. Think you got what it takes to be a Rockstar?

    Note: In order to play you will need to buy the instruments. The game is totally playable solo, but where’s the fun to that? 😜

    10. Guacamelee! 2

    Release Date: August 21 2018
    Developer: DrinkBox Studios
    Publisher: DrinkBox Studios
    Genre: Metroidvania, Platform
    Players: 1-4
    Type: Local
    Platforms: Microsoft Windows | PS4 | Xbox One | Nintendo Switch

    Guacamelee! 2 was released in 2018 and it is the long-awaited sequel to the first game. Once again, you will gain control of luchador Juan Agacate and fight your way through your enemies.

    This time your friends can join you for sessions of up to 4 players to double the fun! Your friends can drop in (or out) whenever they want to help you out, but your enemies will scale up, making them stronger for each player that joins your team.

    Hop on and go save the Mexiverse once more!

    11. Resident Evil Revelations 2

    Release Date: February 24 2015 – March 17 2015
    Developer: Capcom
    Publisher: Capcom
    Genre: Survival Horror
    Players: 1-2
    Type: Local | Online
    Platforms: Microsoft Windows | PS3 | PS4 | PSVita | Xbox One | Xbox 360 | Nintendo Switch

    Originally released for the Nintendo 3DS, Resident Evil Revelations and its sequel were a breath of fresh air between the releases of arguably the worst Resident Evil games, RE5 and RE6. The game comes in episodes or the retail form which includes everything.

    While of course there is no co-op feature in 3DS, the game’s ports to the consoles and PC are fully equipped with the feature. The campaign can only be played through local split-screen while Raid mode can be played locally or online.

    The game has an amazing atmosphere that both players will enjoy. While the graphics are not the best (since this is a port from 3DS after all), it doesn’t affect the gameplay or the experience in any major aspect. Find a friend and take a look at what Claire Redfield and Moira Burton were up to between the events of RE5 and RE6!

    12. Far Cry 5

    Release Date: March 27 2018
    Developer: Ubisoft Montreal | Ubisoft Toronto
    Publisher: Ubisoft
    Genre: First-Person Shooter
    Players: 1-2
    Type: Online
    Platforms: Microsoft Windows | PlayStation 4 | Xbox One

    If you are a gamer, chances are that you have played at least one game of the Far Cry series. It is a great franchise that spanned over 3 generations of consoles. That being said it was always a solo enjoyment. Things are different for Far Cry 5, since you can enjoy it with a friend through online co-op.

    Wreak havoc at Hope County and take down Joseph Seed, the leader of a doomsday cult. The game itself is insane, with endless possibilities. Needless to say, you will spend some quality time with your friend! I mean, you get to take down a cult with a friend. What else do you need to know?

    13. Diablo III: Reaper Of Souls

    Release Date: August 19 2014
    Developer: Blizzard Entertainment
    Publisher: Blizzard Entertainment
    Genre: Action Role-Playing
    Players: 1-4
    Type: Local (PS4 & Xbox One) | Online
    Platforms: Microsoft Windows | PS3 | PS4 | Xbox 360 | Xbox One | Nintendo Switch

    One of the most critically acclaimed games of the past generation, Diablo III Reaper of Souls is the expansion to the base game as well as the port to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

    Up to 4 players can play together either Locally or in Online Co-Op. Note that the PC version does not support local co-op. So pick your class and fight hoards of enemies with your friends.

    Chances are, one session won’t be nearly enough to fully experience the game. That means you will probably spend many nights in the world of Diablo III with your friends. And why shouldn’t you?

    14. Dying Light

    Release Date: January 27 2015
    Developer: Techland
    Publisher: Warner Bros. | Techland Publishing (PC)
    Genre: Survival Horror | First-Person | Open-World | Action-Adventure
    Players: 1-4
    Type: Online
    Platforms: Microsoft Windows | Linux | OS X | PlayStation 4 | Xbox One

    If I could give my award to the game of the year of 2015, that would be an easy choice. Dying Light is an era-defining game, so well-made that you will never get tired of it.

    The story takes place in Haran, where an epidemic outbreak caused the city to be overrun by zombies. During the day it’s quite ok. I mean yes there are zombies everywhere but nothing you can’t handle. The night is a different story though. During the nighttime, the Virals are loose. Hence the game’s motto: “Good Night, Good Luck”.

    The game is perfectly played solo but why would you parkour your way around zombies and bash their heads if there’s no one there to see it? Find some friends and go nuts. Nothing better than a Sunday morning with some parkour and zombie killing.

    15. Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition

    Release Date: March 4 2014
    Developer: Climax Studios
    Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
    Genre: Shoot’em Up
    Players: 1-2
    Type: Local | Online
    Platforms: PlayStation 4

    Pick a friend that you would trust the most during a zombie apocalypse. Give them the second controller and start killing the hoards of zombies coming your way.

    Dead Nation was actually released back 2010, but in this article, we are referring to its 2014 remaster for the PlayStation 4, because we feel that it’s a very fun game and should be played in it’s optimized version in order to maximize the experience.

    You will get used to how your player moves and shoots quite quickly, so don’t get disheartened if you can’t play well at the start. It is a truly fun game to play with your friend and should be high on your list.

    16. Killing Floor 2

    Killing Floor 2, Wave-Based Co-Op FPS

    Release Date: November 18 2016
    Developer: Tripwire Interactive
    Publisher: Tripwire Interactive
    Genre: First-Person Shooter | Survival Horror
    Players: 1-6
    Type: Online
    Platforms: Microsoft Windows | PlayStation 4 | Xbox One

    Continuing on with the zombie games, we have Killing Floor 2. Pay attention to this one if you are a fan of zombie mode of Call of Duty.

    The main objective of the game is to fight the hoards of zombies coming at you until you clear the wave. Between rounds, you may use the shop to buy weapons and upgrade them. There’s a boss at the end of the match so get ready to take it down as well.

    Now every player can choose a class, varying from healer to tank and damage dealers. There are tones of customization options for your characters and weapons that it’s unlikely you will get tired of the game any time soon.

    17. Borderlands 2

    Release Date: September 18 2012
    Developer: Gearbox Software
    Publisher: 2K Games
    Genre: First-Person Shooter
    Players: 1-4
    Type: Online | Local (Consoles)
    Platforms: Microsoft Windows | PlayStation 3 | PlayStation Vita | Xbox 360 | OS X | Linux

    Team up with 3 friends and enter the amazing world of Borderlands.

    Each one of you will assume a role since the game has classes that you can choose from. Shoot, kill, loot and progress as you witness the beautiful cell-shaded graphics of the game and its captivating story.

    While the game supports full online co-op in every format, split-screen is available only to consoles for up to 2-player sessions. We highly recommend to play it on PC if you can, as 4-player parties are much better, and you won’t limit your view with split-screen.

    Give any of the games above a try and let us know what you think of them in the comment section.

    Geowulf
    Geowulf
    Metalhead with OCD. Avid trophy / achievement hunter. Sony fanboy. Bass player and good-story lover. Most likely to be found on Guild Wars 2 unable to decide what to do next.

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