Back in the day, split screen or local multiplayer used to be a must in most video games. But these times are long gone.

You can thank widespread Internet connection for that. Finding a good game to play with a bunch of friends bundled together on a single couch is difficult on consoles. It’s even harder on PCs which seem much less suited for such a form of multiplayer.

So, what can you do? Checking this list out might help. We’ve picked a bunch of games – cooperative and competitive alike – that let you invite a bunch of dudes or dudettes over to have some good old fashioned fun on a shared screen.

It Takes Two 2021-03-26 Action & Adventure Hazelight Studios
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga 2022-04-05 Action & Adventure Traveller's Tales, TT Games
X-Morph: Defense 2017-08-30 Indie Exor Studios
Streets of Rage 4 2020-04-30 Action DotEmu
HELLDIVERS Dive Harder Edition 2015-12-07 Action Arrowhead Game Studios
A Way Out 2018-03-23 Adventure Hazelight Studios
Broforce 2015-10-15 Adventure Free Lives Games
Castle Crashers 2012-09-26 Adventure The Behemoth
Children Of Morta 2019-09-01 Adventure Dead Mage
Cuphead 2017-09-29 Indie Studio MDHR
Darksiders Genesis 2019-12-05 Adventure Airship Syndicate
Divinity Original Sin Enhanced Edition 2015-10-27 Adventure Larian Studios
Divinity Original Sin 2 2017-09-14 Adventure Larian Studios
Dragon Ball Fighterz 2018-01-26 Fighting Arc System Works
Enter The Gungeon 2016-04-05 Adventure Dodge Roll
F1 2020 Standard Edition 2020-07-10 Racing Codemasters
Forced 2013-10-24 Adventure BetaDwarf
Gears 5 2019-09-10 Action The Coalition / Black Tusk Studios
Gears Of War 4 2016-10-11 Action & Shooter The Coalition / Black Tusk Studios
Guacamelee 2 2018-08-21 Adventure DrinkBox Studios
Left 4 Dead 2 2009-11-16 Action & Shooter Valve
Lovers In A Dangerous Spacetime 2015-09-09 Indie Asteroid Base
Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate Edition 2020-11-17 Action NetherRealm Studios
Outward 2019-03-26 RPG Nine Dots Studio
Overcooked 2016-08-03 Action & Shooter Ghost Town Games
Overcooked 2 2018-08-07 Indie Ghost Town Games
Portal 2007-10-10 Adventure Valve
Portal 2 2011-04-18 Adventure Valve
Resident Evil 6 2013-03-22 Horror CAPCOM
Rivals Of Aether 2017-03-28 Fighting Aether Studios
Screencheat 2014-10-21 Action & Shooter Samurai Punk
Split Second 2010-05-18 Action & Shooter Black Rock Studios
Stardew Valley 2016-02-26 Adventure ConcernedApe
Tekken 7 2017-06-01 Fighting Bandai Namco Studios
Trine Ultimate Collection 2019-10-08 Action Frozenbyte

Vampire Survivors

Type:Shared screen

Vampire Survivors, the incredibly time-consuming bullet heaven developed by Poncle, has a lot going for it.

It pokes good-natured and loving fun at Castlevania, has dozens of characters to unlock, tons of weapons with unique traits and progression, and enough deep system to keep minmaxers happy. It also, surprisingly, has local multiplayer for up to four people.

If you played VS, you know how nuts this idea is and are probably already excited. If you haven’t played it yet: in this game you’re controlling a character who, as the sessions progresses, typically becomes surrounded by more and more projectiles, beams of energy, and other effects, all making short work of enemies swarming you. Now imagine this with up to 4 people. Absurd and delightful.

Key features
  • Even up to four players can fill the screen with a ridiculous flurry of effects
  • Co-op is local-only at the time of writing, and requires four individual controllers
  • Lots of characters to unlock, each with different progression, starting weapon, or special traits
  • Pixel-art aesthetic

Moving Out

Type:Shared screen

Moving houses on your own is always a lot of work unless you’re willing to abandon your stuff altogether.

You could hire a crews to do it for you, but you better make sure it’s not like the one from Moving Out, because there could be some damage. Thankfully, the game isn’t a serious simulator, more of a humorous, light-hearted physics-based puzzle for up to four players.

Every object in the game’s many levels requires a different approach. Some might require two or more people to lift. Others might be fragile and not suitable for tossing it on the pile the way you treat other things. You’re also ranked on your speed, so there might be some doors that need smashing if they make your job harder. Thanks to its physics model and co-op focus, Moving Out is a ton of good fun.

Key features
  • Great fun for up to four players
  • Physics-based gameplay
  • Friendly, cartoonish style
  • Got an equally good sequel

Untitled Goose Game

Type:Shared screen

Looking at the Untitled Goose Game, you’d think it’s not one that would have a co-op mode, after all it’s a stealth/puzzle game and two players might cause too much mischief than the game can manage.

And yet, you can team up with a friend to become twice the biggest menace the cozy English town has even known. Now nobody will be safe, the geese are out to cause chaos.

And cause chaos you will, because UGG has a few checklists of mildly disruptive and very annoying things for you to do, including stealing people’s stuff, scaring a child, and making some people question their reality. Now that there’s two of you, the difficulty of some actions might drop, but the comedic value will go through the roof!

Key features
  • Double the goose, double the mayhem
  • Several self-contained maps filled with Innocent people to harmlessly annoy
  • A stealth/puzzle game with a cozy aesthetic
  • Townsfolk’s reactions are a great source of amusement

Stardew Valley

Type:Split screen

Stardew Valley is a delightful game, which has managed to outgrow even its own inspiration, Harvest Moon.

A game about managing a farm near a town full of friendly, helpful NPCs resonated with people, and over time the game grew considerably, becoming even better. One such improvement was the addition of co-op, which makes the game’s theme of working with a local community even stronger.

Given that days on SDV pass by very quickly and there’s rarely enough time to do everything on your own, getting help from several friends is invaluable. There’s even a special farm layout option designed to make multiplayer even more seamless. With a cozy pixelated aesthetic, easy to intuit mechanics, and friendly atmosphere, Stardew Valley is a wonderful game to relax with solo and with friends alike.

Key features
  • Online and couch co-op options
  • Many friendly NPCs to build relationships with
  • Lots to do, from clearing out debris to exploring the caves
  • The passage of time is a very important system


Type:Split screen

Outward is a pretty tough game at the best of times.

It begins with a tight deadline to earn enough money to keep your house. After that the world opens up, dangers and challenges start piling up, and you have to fight for every scrap of influence and power. Wouldn’t it be nice if somebody could help you? Thankfully, it’s possible: one other player can join you either online or in split-screen.

Despite the help, the game still won’t be a walk in the park, because the enemies get a bit of a boost to compensate, but not big enough to make two-player adventuring futile. In fact, it’s a lot of fun, and can make the already quite dynamic world even more immersive and responsive. Certain systems might also work well in tandem, such as the ritualistic spellcasting. It’s easier to set things up together!

Key features
  • An immersive, reactive fantasy RPG
  • Doesn’t pull its punches, but won’t always kill you
  • Two-player co-op with split-screen
  • The Definitive edition, in addition to co-op, also includes both expansions

Baldur's Gate 3

Type:Shared screen

The runaway hit of 2023, Baldur’s Gate 3, much like the previous game by Larian Studios, features local multiplayer for up to two people.

But it also welcomes combos, so two more people can join online for a full, 4-character party. The game can be explosive and dynamic even when you’re alone, but in co-op the game becomes something truly spectacular and impressive.

BG3 is an epic adventure with a ticking bomb in your head in the form of a tadpole threatening to turn you into a merciless monster. There’s also a mysterious, powerful cult, and plenty of companions with tough relationships with higher powers. It’s one of the best games in the RPG genre, and absolute blast, as long as you don’t mind the fact that it features complex turn-based combat.

Key features
  • Split-screen co-op for two players, and room for two more people joining online
  • Dramatic, cinematic, incredibly reactive cRPG
  • Turn-based combat
  • Several well-written companions who double as potential playable characters


Type:Shared screen

Spelunky is an exciting, challenging rogue-like platformer about exploring a randomized cave system filled with enemies, treasures, and an occasional short-tempered shopkeeper.

It can also support up to four players in local split-screen, and you’re not even expected to work together, if you want to you might compete and annoy the hell out of each other for fun and (perhaps) profit.

There are plenty of Spelunkers to pick as your avatars, once you unlock them. Despite their cute designs, they are very vulnerable to the game’s many dangers. Despite death being a common occurrence, Spelunky is a delightful, if rather difficult, game, and playing it with friends, be it co-operatively or competitively is a great way to breathe even more life and chaos into it.

Key features
  • Split-screen for up to four players
  • A fantastic rogue-like platformer
  • Destructible environment
  • Its excellent sequel also features split-screen


Type:Shared screen

Spiritfarer is a lovely management sim about helping lingering souls move on to their proper afterlife.

As Stella, a temporary manager of Charon’s boat, you’ll need to maintain resource rooms, talk to NPCs, and expand your boat. It’s not a hugely tiresome or lonesome experience, but it is still improved if you invite somebody over to join you in co-op. Arguably, they get the better part of the deal this way.

That’s because they get to play as Daffodil, Stella’s cat who’s usually controlled by the computer, but in co-op the furry critter is in the supporting player’s hands. Daffodil can do most things Stella can, except for talking to NPCs, so you get a bit of relief from some busywork and valuable help during platforming sections. It’s also essential to mention that Daffodil’s animation is incredibly charming.

Key features
  • A touching game about helping souls accept their death
  • You get to run Charon’s boat for a while
  • Local co-op which lets Player 2 play as Stella’s helpful cat
  • Wonderful aesthetic

Hyper Light Drifter

Type:Shared screen

Hyper Light Drifter is a game about venturing into a ruined world in search of artifacts and a cure for the titular Drifter’s illness.

It mixes combat and exploration very well, and its isometric camera, wonderful pixel art, and expressive soundtrack set an unmistakable atmosphere. It’s generally a lonesome journey, but HLD does feature local co-op which might lessen some of the challenges.

Player 2 is limited pretty much to assisting in combat. They can’t interact with other elements of the world, and upgrades are a mirror of the Player 1 progress, but this little bit of companionship can be a nice addition to the game. And it’s not like it’ll make the game a total cakewalk, since bosses get a major health boost to compensate for being confronted by two characters.

Key features
  • Drop-in/drop-out local co-op
  • Amazing world depicted through pixel art
  • Exciting combat
  • 2-player co-op for companionship in exploration and support in combat

Road Redemption

Type:Split screen

Have you heard about Road Redemption?

It’s possible that you haven’t, because it’s in an odd niche, but it’s actually a really fun game for fans of motorcycles, vehicular combat, and Mad Max. If this sounds exciting to you, strap in and get ready to join a biker gang. Road Redemption is full of high-speed highway action, with satisfying progression and a complex combat system.

As a half-racing, half-fighting game, Road Redemption also features local split-screen multiplayer for up to four players at a time. You can, indeed, become a biker gang in more than just name, driving wild and kicking ass. There’s even a story to go with all that over-the-top action, but it’s just an excuse to ride around with your buddies and cause grievous harm on enemy bikers.

Key features
  • Split-screen co-op for up to four players
  • Excellent driving and even better combat
  • Quite over the top
  • Satisfying progression

Risk of Rain Returns

Type:Shared screen

While Risk of Rain 2 is doing quite well for itself, the original game shouldn’t be forgotten, especially since it received a very good remake in 2023.

Risk of Rain Returns is a roguelike platform game about trying to survive against hordes of enemies trying to eat your spaceship crash survivor. Or, as the case might be, survivors, because RoRR handles co-op for up to four players locally or online.

The gameplay is as good as it’s ever been, revolving around pushing your luck and picking up power-ups to keep pushing your luck even harder against increasingly lethal encounters. RoRR’s 2D, side-scrolling presentation works extremely well with its gameplay, and the designs of bosses, rendered in the game’s pixel-art style look great, and loom over lesser enemies and your chosen characters alike.

Key features
  • Local co-op for up to four players
  • 15 playable characters to choose from
  • A classic remade
  • Powerful upgrades to find during a run

Risk of Rain Returns


Bred & Fred is a two-player (or one player and a rock. Don’t ask) co-op game about two small penguins on a big, platforming adventure.

They consider themselves climbers and are trying to reach the peak of a mountain, but it’s a difficult journey, requiring precision, reflexes, and co-operation. Most of these words don’t really apply to penguins on land, do they?

Bred and Fred are linked by a short rope, letting them swing around ledges and perform slight acrobatics, but the likelihood of you and your co-op partner falling on their faces to a surface below is very high. Thankfully, the game’s cute art style, simple controls, and low stakes make failure funny, instead of frustrating, even if you might consider strangling Player 2at some point.

Key features
  • Two-player by default, but there is a single-player options
  • Cute art style
  • Failures tends towards being much funnier than they are frustrating
  • Underneath all the humor and cuteness, it’s a pleasantly challenging platformer

Streets of Rage 4

Type:Shared screen

A timeless classic reborn, Streets of Rage 4 updates on the original trilogy of one of the best beat ’em up games ever in every respect.

Phenomenal gameplay? Check. Fantastic soundtrack that just screams the 90s? Check. Painstakingly crafted handmade visuals? Check.

SoR 4 marks the return of Axel, Adam and Blaze, ready to whoop them butts of a new criminal organization that – of course! – needs to be stopped. You can do that as a team of up to four players (though the single-player mode is also available), which is a first for the series (the limit before this game was two players only). You can even fight against each other in the Battle Mode.

Ultimately, Streets of Rage 4 is a very competent return of a classic game trilogy. If you’re looking for a good beat ’em up, this one seems like a very good pick.

Key features
  • An excellent return of a timeless classic
  • Several characters to choose from
  • Lots of butts to kick
  • You can even kick each other’s hineys in the Battle Mode

It Takes Two

Genre:Action adventure
Type:Split screen

Much like Hazelight Studios’ previous outing, A Way Out, It Takes Two doesn’t even bother trying to have anything short of a single-player mode, period. It takes two to tango and that’s final.

It takes two split screen

Speaking of which, the duo we play as in the game is a married couple, Cody and May, who are planning on getting a divorce. Once they share the ill news with their daughter, Rose, she makes two dolls that represent her old folks in order to help them make amends. Guess what happens next: the actual parents get trapped inside these dolls and need to embark on a true adventure towards healing and repairing their strained marriage.

It Takes Two is a mixture of various gameplay mechanics and tons of mini-games that shake things up a lot from level to level. Both characters have their unique abilities and both are required to move further, so good cooperation is a must. Ultimately, It Takes Two works well as a metaphor of marriage therapy, is full of fun ideas and delivers a heartwarming message. Definitely a good game to put on this list.

Key features
  • A heart-warming metaphor of trying to save a marriage
  • Can’t be played solo
  • Each level is a new adventure with fresh gameplay mechanics
  • Both characters complement each other with their abilities

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

Genre:Action adventure
Type:Split screen

We’ve written about Traveller’s Tales’ most ambitious project to date a couple times already, so here we’ll focus on the split-screen mode in the game.

As you know, it takes two to have fun in them LEGO games and this one is probably no exception. Solving puzzles and taking on enemies together was always more fun with a friend playing with you.

Lego Star Wars Split screen

Just like LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Skywalker Saga’s split-screen mode allows each player to sort of go their separate ways and explore various corners of a particular level. It’s a drop-in drop-out system, meaning a companion can join or leave anytime they wish.

Aside from that, the game is obviously a familiar experience, although there are some changes and new ideas that make things here feel fresh. All in all, there hasn’t been a better video game adaptation of the entire saga yet. Pick it up if you love Star Wars, you shouldn’t be disappointed.

Key features
  • Probably the best and most ambitious LEGO Star Wars game released so far
  • Tons of unlockables and items to collect
  • All three Star Wars trilogies in one game
  • Lots of zany humor

Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime

Type:Shared screen

It’s a delightfully intense and upbeat co-op game for up to four players (though solo play is still possible, with AI helping you out).

Your task is to fly a spherical spaceship through an indeed dangerous space-time continuum and run from one place on the vessel to another to shoot turrets, pilot the ship, deploy shields, etc. Good cooperation is a must here.

You can upgrade your ship with gems that unlock new abilities and options. The maps you traverse are randomized, so your team needs to respond to unexpected enemy attacks and make quick decisions.

As a side note, the visuals are strikingly vibrant and with so much going on, there’s lots of stuff to look at.

Key features
  • Local multiplayer for up to four players, but you can play solo too
  • Flying one ship means your team must master the means of effective cooperation
  • Inventive maps and enemies to destroy
  • The ship’s entirely customizable

Guacamelee! 2

Type:Shared screen

Juan Aguacate, an extraordinary luchador, returns from a brief retirement, equipped with new bone-crushing moves. Oh, and the transformation into a chicken – you can now fight in this form and it’s way more effective than you think.

There’s also plenty of new bosses and challenges to overcome, so it’s good that you can play Guacamelee 2! with up to three friends.

The game is a metroidvania set in the Mexiverse, a world inspired by Mexican legends and traditions. And no, it doesn’t take itself seriously at all, so it’s very cartoony and full of bright colors. Plus it works really well in the co-op mode. Each player (up to four are supported) can pick a different character, some of which need to be unlocked first.

Key features
  • Great platforming on hand-crafted maps
  • Drop-in/drop-out local co-op
  • You have a powerful chicken form
  • Juan’s got new abilities

A Way Out

Type:Split screen

This one’s an ambitious, cinematic experience that you need to play in a duo. Yup, you can’t go solo here.

A Way Out puts both players in the shoes of Vincent Moretti and Leonard Caruso, two inmates who want to help each other escape. What results from that is a story that would be perfect for a TV show. The only exception here is that you get to make the decisions.

A way out split screen

A Way Out puts both split and shared screen mechanics to an excellent use in creating dramatic tension. Sometimes, one character has to distract someone while the other sabotages or steals stuff. Sitting on the same couch really helps here when it comes to communication and deciding who does what.

Key features
  • Dramatic storytelling
  • Two players are a must
  • Solid script and acting
  • Can be played via Steam’s Remote Play Together


Type:Shared screen

Cuphead’s most defining characteristic is its art style that harkens back to the good old days of rubber hose animation, popular in the 1920s.

There’s also the facts that you play as two lads with cups for heads that lost a game with the devil and need to erase their debt somehow. A lot of jumping and shooting ensues as a result.

Unlike most other games on this list, Cuphead is difficult and unforgiving. The bosses are super tough to beat and you’ll need to dispose of tons of enemies and avoid plenty of obstacles before you reach them, which is a demanding task.

Playing with a friend at least lets you bring back your companion back to life if they happen to perish. Plus, additional firepower is always good.

Key features
  • Fully embraces the aesthetic of old cartoons, except in full color
  • Quite challenging, rushing in won’t do you much good
  • Two endings
  • Two-player co-op, either local or online

Left 4 Dead 2

Genre:Action & Shooter
Type:Split screen

Left 4 Dead 2 is a major improvement over its predecessor in pretty much every aspect and the infamous AI Director is probably at its most diabolical here.

That’s right: victory won’t come easy. You need to master the art of teamwork in order to complete a mission successfully and move on to the next one in one piece. But that’s what makes this game so rewarding!

The game itself is a co-operative first-person shooter where a team of four survivors with various weapon preferences needs to mow down rampaging zombie hordes and complete certain objectives along the way.

There are also special undead, like the infamous Witch who wreaks real havoc if startled. Left 4 Dead 2 is fast, tense and best played with friends (though there’s a single-player mode here as well).

Key features
  • AI Director 2.0 makes sure you have a challenge adequate to your performance
  • Several varieties of zombies to deal with
  • Each survivor is good with a different array of weapons
  • There’s even a plot of sorts here

Enter the Gungeon

Genre:Rogue-like bullet hell
Type:Shared screen

This one’s an example of the rogue-lite genre that’s been very popular some time ago, as well as the pixelated art style that’s become sort of a must for such games.

In Enter the Gungeon you become one of the Gungeoneers, each equipped with different weapons and items. Your task is to survive a real bullet hell to reach the ultimate goal: the past-killing gun.

The co-op mode in the game supports two players and is fully drop-in, drop-out, which means you can be joined by someone at any given point and then continue alone if your partner needs to leave.

With tons of guns to explore and an endless supply of challenges, this is a perfect title if you want to experience some fun shootouts.

Key features
  • A great roguelike mixed with bullet hell
  • Tons of cool weapons wielded by odd characters
  • Features a 2-player local co-op
  • Spawned Exit the Gungeon, a single-player game

Viscera Cleanup Detail

Type:Split screen

Doomguy and other shooter heroes are known to leave a trail of gore and destruction once they’re done with ripping and tearing. Who will clean up all this mess? Viscera Cleanup Detail answers this question.

As part of a special team tasked with mopping up whatever’s left of the enemies that once occupied space stations and the like, you get to wield your weapon of choice – your trusty mop – with pride.

Viscera Cleanup Detail is a remarkable game not only because of its mop physics. It’s simply a fun idea that’s been competently executed.

Up to four players can join you locally and up to thirty two players can play together online. The game even provides stats that you can shove in the faces of your incompetent buddies to prove that you’ve been the one to do all the heavy lifting.

Key features
  • 4-player split screen
  • You clean up after a messy fight against aliens
  • The mop physics are endlessly funny
  • Sandbox mode

Castle Crashers

Type:Shared screen

Team up with up to three friends, pick the color of your knight and embark on a quest to save a princess.

Thanks to cartoonish visuals all the on-screen carnage looks a lot less gruesome and a lot more amusing.

You have twenty five characters to choose from, dozens of different weapons and an accessible combo system which lets you unleash powerful attacks with ease.

You can even improve your character’s stats and be joined by a cute companion pet, so the game isn’t just besieging castles and slaughtering enemies. By the way, if you’re tired of working together, you can totally duke it out on the arena and see who’s boss!

Key features
  • Plenty of weapons and playable characters
  • 4-player co-op
  • There’s a sense of progression here, too
  • There’s also a PvP arena, if you’re tired of co-op


Genre:Action platformer
Type:Shared screen

This one’s a fantastic tribute to Contra and the classic action movies and heroes of the 80s and the 90s.

Broforce is literally littered with references and hilarious parodies of the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sly Stallone, Robocop and so on. Heck, there are even she-bros (such as Ellen Ripbro), because why not?

The game boasts that it has Fully Destroyable Everything, so you’re free to unleash carnage and wreck everything in your path, including obliterating entire levels with guns, artillery strikes and explosive barrels in the most convenient places.

Up to four players can play on a single PC in the split-screen mode and you can even buy a four-pack for your bros if you want some online play instead.

Key features
  • You can totally obliterate the levels
  • Plenty of loving homages to classic action movies
  • Four-player co-op or PvP deathmatch, whichever sounds more fun to you
  • There’s a level editor if you want even more fun

4. Overcooked 1 & 2

Genre:Action platformer
Type:Shared screen

It seems adorable on the outside, but it will quickly make you want to strangle your family and friends to death.

Overcooked’s premise is rather simple: up to four cooks have to prepare a meal. But things get complicated. Stuff must be done in order, utensils and plates must be cleaned, etc. You get the idea.

Every second of delay means you won’t serve as many meals, meaning less points. Overcooked is chaos unleashed, especially if someone wants to establish order without others cooperating, but this makes the game so fun.

Overcooked 1 offers only local-based shared screen multiplayer, but the sequel has online capabilities, which offers new opportunities.

Key features
  • A perfect kitchen chaos simulation
  • Cute visuals
  • Up to four players can play locally
  • One controller is enough for two players

Rocket League

Type:Split screen

Rocket League does everything its predecessor, Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, did, but it does all that so much better.

It’s like football, but the teams are way smaller and consist of cars whose task is to send a huge ball flying into the opponents’ goalpost.

Rocket League split screen

We have to admit: this game is really tough to master. Still, the best players can pull of some really amazing tricks that seem almost unreal and impossible to perform. Rocket League took the gaming world by storm. It even features a split-screen mode for up to four players. It works really well despite the fact that the game requires great amounts of spatial awareness.

One more thing: you better grab a gamepad for this game, playing Rocket League using a keyboard is much more difficult.

Rocket League is free to play game on Epic Games.

Key features
  • Cars are customizable, including their exhaust fumes and ornaments
  • Top-tier play requires a lot of skill
  • Four-player split-screen
  • Gamepad strongly recommended

Divinity: Original Sin II

Type:Split screen

This one is amazing when you play it alone, but it’s all the more incredible if you get someone to play it with you.

Up to four friends can join you online, but there’s also a split-screen mode for two people.

Divinity split screen

But the most impressive feature here is pretty much the Game Master Mode, hands down. Find up to five people in total, decide who’s the storyteller and who are the participants and unleash your creativity in a fantastic editor that lets you build new adventures from scratch.

It’s basically a tabletop RPG experience, but in a video game.

Key features
  • Two players can play on one computer, two more can join online
  • Several pre-made characters to choose from if you don’t feel like creating one from scratch
  • Full mod support, including Steam Workshop
  • A phenomenal role-playing experience

Get the snacks ready

This concludes our list of the best split-screen games available on the market. There’s plenty more, of course, so we’ll keep expanding the list with new stuff that we deem worthy of a recognition here.

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