PC version of Borderlands 2 will not have local split-screen co-op
| by Shunal Doke |
Borderlands 2 is one of the most highly anticipated games to be releasd this year. The game mixes intense first person shooter action with role-playing game mechanics. Some of its features are skill trees and a variety of stats on weapons.
The developer of the game, Gearbox, has recently announced via Twitter that the PC version of the game will not get the ability to play split-screen co-op. “No, split-screen is not currently supported on PC due to technical reasons,” said the company on its Twitter page. PC is hardly the best platform for split-screen gaming, but it’s always a nice touch to be able to play with a friend in the same room and on the same system.
Borderlands 2 will not have local split-screen co-op on PC
Here are some of the details that have been revealed the game:
The first game in the series, Borderlands, was the world’s first role playing shooter, which meant it was in equal parts a role playing game, and a first person shooter. The game also boasted of literally a bazillion guns, all with stats and looks so randomized, that you could find a shotgun that shoots rockets. For the sequel, the general direction and style still stays the same, which means the game is still an RPS that offers four player co-op.
The first game in the series had a bunch of problems on the PC version, mostly because it was a very shoddy port of the console versions. Gearbox had written a letter to PC gamers explaining that it will be adding some major features to the PC version of the game. Some of the features are:
Borderlands 2 releases for the Xbox360, PS3 and PC on September 18, 2012.
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