EA has launched a brand-new trailer for its charming-looking co-op sport It Takes Two. Set to the long-lasting Fleetwood Mac tune “The Chain,” the trailer units the stage for what to anticipate from Josef Fares’ new sport.
For these simply catching up, It Takes Two tells the story of a human couple going by means of a divorce. Their daughter turns into upset about this and creates two dolls modeled after her dad and mom. She cries on them they usually come alive earlier than getting thrust right into a fantastical world the place they need to work collectively to flee, and rekindle their love within the course of.
Like Fares’ earlier sport, A Way Out, It Takes Two is simply playable in co-op. Fortunately, the sport comes with a free “pal’s move” that means that you can play with somebody even when they have not purchased the sport.
Gamers should work collectively to unravel puzzles and take down enemies. The missions are far and wide thematically and visually, as one second you are caught in a war between squirrels and bees, and the subsequent you are crashing by means of a door on a bowling ball.
The tune “The Chain” is a becoming alternative for the trailer. Stevie Nicks is alleged to have written the lyrics about her deteriorating relationship with Lindsey Buckingham and their final drive to remain on good phrases even amidst a difficult scenario as bandmates.
As for what Fares would possibly make subsequent, he informed Polygon that he desires to “f**ok sh*t up creatively.” He’s contemplating concepts for an open-world sport and an RPG, however the most certainly guess is that he’ll return with one other co-op sport subsequent. “I adore it an excessive amount of,” he stated.
It Takes Two launches on March 26 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Sequence X|S, and PC.