Sweden is more often portrayed as gloomy and dreary. However, the new gameplay trailer for the co-op adventure It Takes Two proves that the Scandinavians can do different things. The Stockholm-based development studio Hazelight Studios around the charismatic and thoroughly extroverted founder and director Josef Fares primarily lets colorful and wacky game scenes run across the screen in the approximately three-minute clip. The whole thing is commented by Fares himself. The trailer shows not only an extremely varied gameplay design, but also some story sequences of the co-op adventure. As in A Way Out, game mechanics and camera perspectives should change again and again in order to create a lot of variations. Of course, the mini-games, in which players compete against each other, should not be missing.
According to Fares, only one person needs the actual game to start the co-op action. This means that friends can join again for free. The highly praised predecessor A Way Out already offered this feature. In It Takes Two (buy now /€ 37.99 ) Players slip into the roles of the still-married couple Cody and May, who have decided to get a divorce. Their disappointed daughter Rose then makes two dolls into which the parents transform themselves as if by magic. With the guidance of the wacky book of love, Dr. Hakim, let the two improve their relationship in the wild adventure and find their way back to each other.
The co-op adventure reached gold status last week and is due to be released on March 26th for PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X / S and Xbox One. In addition, Hazelight has already confirmed a demo that will initially offer players the opportunity to get a taste of the co-op action-adventure platformer.
Source: Hazelight Studios
All readers receive daily free news, articles, guides, videos and podcasts about their favorite games. So far we have financed this site through advertising and kept it as free of clickbaits or paid items as possible, but since COVID-19 this has become increasingly difficult. Many companies are cutting or cutting their advertising budgets for 2020. Budgets that we unfortunately have to rely on if we want to continue to offer PC games free of charge as usual in the future.
For this reason we turn to you now. As a PC Games supporter, you can support us so that we can continue to offer our content in the usual form for free, without introducing a paywall or publishing clickbait news like "And you won't believe what happened next …" . Every contribution, large or small, is valuable.
(*) We have marked affiliate links with an asterisk. We receive a small commission for a purchase via our link and can thus partially finance the website, which can be used free of charge, with this income. There are no costs for the user.