“Breaks the roof from diversity”: Yousef Fares showed the new gameplay of the adventure It Takes Two

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EA and studio Hazelight have published an overview trailer for a cooperative platform adventure online It Takes Two

In the video with subtitles in Russian, the creator of the project Yousef Fares talked about the plot and demonstrated several examples of gameplay, including a location where the heroes have to enter into a confrontation between wasps and squirrels, and a level where one player controls time, while the other can create his own clone and change places with him to overcome obstacles. According to the developer, the variety of situations and mechanics will “blow the mind” for gamers

It Takes Two tells the story of a married couple, Cody and May, who go through a divorce and turn into dolls. Trapped inside toys, the heroes will have to go through a fantasy world to return to their human forms and try to save relationships in real life. The game supports passing only in co-op mode via split-screen or via the Internet, while, as in the case of A Way Out, if one of the players has the full version, the other will be able to join it for free.

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The project will be released 26th March on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S and PC.

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