Spelunky 2 Online Co-Op Won’t Be Available For PC At Launch
While players on PlayStation 4 have been able to enjoy Spelunky 2 for a bit of time, those on PC still have another day to wait. That said, when the game does arrive on PC, it will unfortunately not have online co-op, the developer has confirmed.
Creator Derek Yu recently took to Twitter to reassure fans that Spelunky 2 is coming to PC on September 29th. Sadly, they also mentioned that when the game does come to PC, it will not include online co-op. This will allow them additional time to make sure everything is working correctly while still allowing players to enjoy the game on its planned release date. While online co-op won’t be available at launch, it will arrive at a later date and “it will have cross-play with PS4!”
Spelunky 2 is coming to Steam next Tuesday! Unfortunately, we decided not to release with online co-op enabled – that way we can improve it without delaying the release. The upside is that when we add it back, it will have cross-play with PS4! (…)https://t.co/8lKyxjbxh9
— Derek Yu (@mossmouth) September 25, 2020
Spelunky 2 is currently available on PlayStation 4 and will be coming to PC via Steam on September 29th. It’s unknown when online co-op will be coming to PC, but keep it tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers as we learn more. To remain in the know of what else is going on in the gaming world, be sure to check out the following news stories:
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