Hyrule Warriors Doesn't Have Online Support, Instead Features Local Co-op
You won't be able to join up with friends online to play the upcoming Dynasty Warriors-Legend of Zelda mash-up.
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This week, the official Japanese Hyrule Warriors Twitter account confirmed that you will not be able to team up online to play the game. However, there is still a co-op mode in Hyrule Warriors. It's restricted to local play only, with one player using the Wii U GamePad and another using a Wii Remote or Wii U Pro controller.
Yesterday, Nintendo announced that there will be a Nintendo Direct livestream showing off the game on Monday and revealing a few new details, as well.
Hyrule Warriors is a collaboration between Dynasty Warriors developer Tecmo Koei and Nintendo, and it launches on September 26. You can read our hands-on preview of the game here.
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