Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance is coming to Xbox Game Pass later this month, bringing the Left 4 Dead experience into the fantasy setting. While you may be disappointed to learn it will launch as an online adventure only, the developers at Tuque Games have revealed couch co-op is in the pipeline.
While the game supports 2-4 players online, the local co-op is only said to support two players once it's included. Players should expect to find this bundled with the first batch of free DLC, which is due to release later this summer.
The community for the game has been asking for this since its reveal, and as noted by the team, they've heard you loud and clear. So, if you've been on the fence about playing the game because you don't have any online partners, then you may not have long to wait before you can play with a friend or family member on the sofa.
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