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#634922 31/10/17 10:10 PM
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I'm playing on PC and I can't manage to make local coop happen smirk
Ideally I'd like to play locally with the mouse on one side and a controller on the other.

Is it possible? If not how to make local coop happen?

Thanks!

Aguilar #634930 31/10/17 10:52 PM
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I would post a link to handy guide on how to setup local co-op, but my account was just created and still in revision, so I can't really post links without raising some alarms... In any case, something along the lines of "dos2 split screen" on your search engine should give you good results :D

As far as I'm aware, the only way to do proper split screen is through the use of 2 controllers, since split screen requires a different interface... I'm interested in knowing if that's not the only option though!


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Aguilar #634936 31/10/17 11:42 PM
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Like in DOSEE, local co-op requires two controllers. There is no other way.

Aguilar #634981 01/11/17 10:23 AM
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Thanks, sadly I only have one hand available atm so i can't use a controller smirk

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Originally Posted by Aguilar
Thanks, sadly I only have one hand available atm so i can't use a controller smirk


You can do it. However it can only be done with a 3rd party program to emulate a controller via keyboard/mouse.

That way the game thinks you are playing with 2 controllers.

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Good point, thanks wink

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If you have multiple computers on a LAN and you're using Steam, you should be able to use family sharing to spread one copy of the game to all of them; however, only one computer can be online on Steam at a time with that game.

https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-share-your-steam-gaming-library-with-friends-and-family/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=woQNyEuoaIw


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