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Fabiola Rodriguez
2020-11-02 06:49:40

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Guide to learn how to play with friends in Little Hope

 This fresh out of the box game is all about The Dark Pictures Anthology, Little Hope, is here, and fans can jump straight into this new game that ditches a nautical theme for a Blair Witch-like vibe while maintaining the same gameplay type of previous games. This game also brings a multiplayer option so it is very likely that many players want to try it, and if you are one of them, this guide is for you! We will explain more details about this option to enjoy with your friends.

How to play with friends in Little Hope?


Last year it turns out that a similar game had been released in Anthology, Man of Medan, this means that in that edition it allows multiplayer online play in addition to local play that is done with other people with whom you are hanging out.

To achieve this option you will have to apply something similar to that edition but with a different terminology: From the main menu, continue and select Do not play alone. This is a fancy and creepy code for multiplayer.
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From there, go ahead and select Shared history. Again, this is the Little Hope code for online multiplayer.

With this done, you can invite another player to your lobby by pressing X on PS4 or A on Xbox One to open your friends list. You can also select from the available checkpoints and continue your story while taking turns controlling different characters.

You will need to invite someone from your friends list to play online at Little Hope as strangers are not fully "allowed" in the games.

  Now that you know how to play with friends in Little Hope you can have double fun once you activate this option with your social circle. Luck!

Tags:
The Dark Pictures Anthology Little Hope
Platform(s):
PlayStation 4 PS4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows PC
Genre(s):
Interactive drama, survival horror
Developer(s):
Supermassive Games
Publisher(s):
Bandai Namco Entertainment, PlayStation Store, Microsoft, Steam,
Engine:
Unreal Engine 4
Release date:
30 October 2020
Mode:
Single-player, multiplayer
age rating (PEGI):
16+

Other Tags
video game, gameplay, price, 60fps, steam


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