Ghost of Tsushima: Legends Adds Co-Op, Available Today

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Sucker Punch's stylish samurai third-person action game, Ghost of Tsushima, received its 1.11 update today, which not only brings New Game+ to the title but a whole new co-op mode as well. "Legends" will let you and some friends work together in three different mission types: Story, Survival, and Raid (coming at a later date). Players will choose to play as one of four different classes - Samurai, Ronin, Hunter, and Assassin - and will gain new gear and abilities for their class as they play.If you missed it from earlier this month, Senior Games Designer Darren Bridges went over the new co-op content over on the PlayStation Blog. A few things of note from his post are:Given that the mode itself is separated from the single-player campaign (you can talk to a new NPC, Gyozen, in-game or just access it directly from the title menu), I'd be curious if this mode ever gets released as a stand-alone thing so folks could play with friends without picking up the full game. Sucker Punch has made no mention of this anywhere, so it's purely just wishful thinking at this point.

Baldur's Gate 3 Early Access Co-Op Stream Recap

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Baldur's Gate is over twenty years old, and while a sequel only took two years, the third game in the series is arriving sometime next year. Players can begin to participate in an Early Access version of Baldur's Gate III which features the game's first chapter, a lot of the core systems and characters, and best of all - online co-op play.We're not going to give too many critical impressions of the content or gameplay, it's all subject to change as the game is developed over the next year. What we can tell you is there's a solid foundation in place here based on Dungeons and Dragons 5E ruleset, some exposed via various dialog boxes and UI elements. The game's character creator gives players plenty of options to choose from with numerous races, classes, and factions available to make their avatar from. Co-op players can start a game together each creating their character and diving right into the story. After that you are dropped into the world and off you go.

Genshin Impact Co-Op Impressions and Stream Recap

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Two weeks after its release, Genshin Impact has made quite the impression in the gaming scene. The free-to-play, third-person action game draws a ton of inspiration from Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild as well as an elemental system that's reminsicent of the Divinity: Original Sin titles (i.e., combining two elements produces a new result). We spent a little time with the game's co-op and showed off what it has to offer, as well as its limitations.

Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! Arrives Today

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Vertigo Gaming's Cook, Serve, Delicious series welcomes a new entry today: Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! Similar to the past two games, you'll be in charge of cooking hitting a series of buttons to prepare, cook, and serve food to patrons, but this time you'll be doing it all in a food truck as you go from location-to-location driving through a war-torn America in the distant year of 2042... Yeah, maybe a bit too real these days?In all fairness to the game's developer, David Galindo, I'm sure the premise seemed a bit more far-fetched when development on the game actually started sometime before the hell of a year that has been 2020.Similar to Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2?!CSD 3 will support two player couch co-op so you and a friend can work together to whip up some tasty meals for folks. On the PC, this means one player on keyboard and another using a controller, and on the consoles, both players using controllers. If you're playing the game on Steam, then Remote Play Together is supported so you can play with a friend online.