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EA held their annual EA Play event this Saturday, They showed off a wide array of games from Madden 19 to Star Wars Battlefront II, but seeing Yarny on screen got everyone in the room here to bolt upright. We loved the first game, even if it was a little hard.
The biggest difference this time around (aside from the fact that its available on PS4) is that Unravel Two features local co-op play. As you can see in the trailer above Yarny has been lost, but finds a friend and makes an instant connection. Yarny and his new companion need to use that newly formed connection in order to complete obstacles and overcome platforming challenges. Fans looking to connect with their friends online should beware though. This is a local co-op game only. There is currently no option for online play!
Co-op play isn’t required though. You can play the game alone, but you will have to control Yarny’s blue friend yourself. We’ll have to play the game to see whether or not that is too awkward for inexperienced gamers to manage. We’ll have a review available ASAP on Engaged Family Gaming.
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