Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Modders Add Canceled Co-Op Mode Back to PC Version
Modders save the day.
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Resident Evil fans are rightfully upset that the PC version of Resident Evil: Revelations 2 does not include a local offline cooperative mode despite previous statements from Capcom that it will, but don't worry. Resident Evil fans are also working on a solution.
A Resident Evil modder that goes by the handle FluffyQuack has already released a mod, that adds an offline co-op mode back into the PC version of Revelations 2. There are known issues with the mod, namely that you'll have to use gamepads and that it won't work with Raid Mode (though FluffyQuack is working on it), but it already allows you to play all of episode 1 split screen with a friend.
You can get the mod and a guide on how to install it here.
Last week, players were disappointed to discover that the PC version of the game did not include a local cooperative mode despite the fact that this feature was listed in the game's Steam store page. Earlier this week, Capcom explained that the feature was listed unintentionally and apologized for the error.
The first episode of Resident Evil Revelations 2 launched earlier this week, with the remaining three episodes to be released over the coming month. Check out how it scored in GameSpot's review.
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