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12/2/2021

The Best 2-Player Co-Op Games for Valentine's Day

Written by
Kelly Rist

As Valentine's Day approaches, gamers everywhere are trying to work out how they spend some quality time with their significant other without putting the controller down. Luckily, there are some brilliant 2-player co-op games out there! Here are our favourites:

Overcooked 2

A must-have for any gaming household, Overcooked 2 never fails to descend into chaos and laughter. Battle the clock to prep orders and get them out on time, overcoming various obstacles as you go!

A Way Out

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As 2-player co-op games go, A Way Out definitely falls into a more 'serious' category and is better for long periods of play. Designed specifically to be played by two gamers, you must work together to escape the prison and help one-another to freedom.

Portal 2

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Portal 2 is up there with the most engaging games of all time, with its many levels of puzzling conundrums and mysterious plot making it a real head-scratcher. What many gamers don't realise though, is that there is a totally separate series of levels that can be played through with a partner. Careful though - once you start, the game won't auto-save, so be sure you've got enough time to solve every level!

Diablo III

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If you're looking for something a little bit more casual, Diablo III is a great option. The 3rd person team-up game sees players fighting against all manner of evil creatures, before defeating Diablo himself in the final act. Choose your characters carefully - they'll work together brilliantly if you select the right abilities.Do you have any other co-ops you'd like to see on our list? Let us know in the comments below!Don't forget to check out some more of our recent posts too.

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