Ghostbusters: The Game Won't Be Getting Multiplayer, 'Team Really Wanted To Include It'

Ghostbusters is the talk of the town right now following the recent release of Ghostbusters: Afterlife in cinemas, but in regards to the 2019 remastered game on Xbox, it's been confirmed that it'll never be adding multiplayer.

Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered only includes the single-player component of the 2009 Xbox 360 game, and Tim Willits, Saber Interactive chief creative officer recently explained the reason for this in an interview with MP1st:

"[Multiplayer] is something the team really wanted to include when working on that remaster a few years ago and had been attempting it, but the state of the original multiplayer code unfortunately just didn’t cooperate. We did look into it but ultimately had to focus on recreating the single player experience fans were expecting from us."

The multiplayer aspect of the original game allowed you to team up with other online players and compete in a variety of modes, but unfortunately the servers were turned off ten years ago, so there's no way to play it anymore.

It had been left up in the air as to whether multiplayer would ever see the light of day in Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered, but it looks we've finally got our (disappointing) answer. Definitely a shame!

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