Dungeons And Dragons: Dark Alliance Will Add Local Co-Op After Launch

Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance will offer local co-op in a post-launch update, developer Tuque Games has confirmed.

While the fantasy co-op adventure is intended for up to four players in online co-op, Tuque Games will work to roll a local co-op update into the initial free DLC content this summer.

Dungeons And Dragons: Dark Alliance Will Add Local Co-Op After Launch

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As revealed on a recent developer stream, the game will eventually support two-player split-screen couch co-op on Xbox Series S/X consoles, PlayStation 5, and PC.

Alas, three and four-player groups will seemingly still need to play online.

Check out the tweet below:

Tuque Games recently confirmed that Joe Manganiello's voice is featured in the game.

Dark Alliance will launch on Xbox Game Pass for both PC, console, and Cloud gaming. For more on the game's arriving in June, we've got the full list so far here.