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Sunset Overdrive is one of the most anticipated Xbox One exclusives, and it’s long been planned to feature an 8-player mission-based co-op mode that plays out similar to Zombies in Call of Duty. In said mode, players work together to set traps and fight off waves of mutated baddies, but wouldn’t the campaign be a lot more fun with a friend at your side?

According to an interview with IGN, Insomniac‘s creative director Marcus Smith confirmed that free-roam co-op isn’t a part of the game’s initial launch, but could arrive at some point in DLC, or–the worst case scenario–a sequel.

As Total Xbox states, it all boils down to overall sales, but with co-op being such a promising feature that could easily breathe life in to Sunset Overdrive well beyond its expiration date, I don’t understand Insomniac‘s hesitation. After re-watching the game’s original reveal trailer from E3 2013, it seems to me like the game was set to be multi-player all along. Perhaps that’s just the nature of the beast, as games evolve over time and it’s not uncommon for a finished product to vary from what was initially shown early on.

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Bradley Keene is the Executive Editor here at What’s Your Tag?, generally handling news, reviews, public relations, and our social media communications on Facebook and Twitter. He’s an aspiring video game journalist, Baltimore native, and on again/off again WoW player that blasphemously favors consoles over PC. He’ll always have a soft spot for Nintendo, and his favorite game is the original Metroid on NES. As a Marylander he naturally puts Old Bay on everything, loves the Orioles, reads a lot of Poe, and says “son” too much. Contact him by e-mail at the address above, or follow him on Twitter.

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Written by CheapBossAttack

Freelance games writer for cheapbossattack.com and regular podcast contributor at counterattackgames.com. I'm a sewer-dwelling console heathen with a passion for RPGs and horror games. Follow me on Twitter @cheapbossattack.

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