The latest game in The Dark Pictures Anthology, Little Hope, has arrived, and players are able to dive into a game that has a brand new witch-themed setting but still has familiar gameplay to previous games in the Anthology. If you’re here, you’re probably wondering how to play local multiplayer with friends in Little Hope. Here’s how to go ahead and do just that.
How to Play Local Multiplayer With Friends in Little Hope
Little Hope, like the last game in the Anthology, Man of Medan, does allow for local multiplayer play in addition to online play with an invited friend.
The setup is similar with some different labels. All you need to do is from the main menu, go ahead and select Don’t Play Alone. This is just fancy and spooky code for multiplayer in Little Hope.
From there, go ahead and select Movie Night. Again, this is Little Hope’s code for local multiplayer. You’ll be able to continue your save file or start a new game.
If you’re starting a new game, you’ll have the ability to create a profile of sorts for everyone that is playing and then assign them characters that they will be responsible for controlling throughout Little Hope.
There is no split-screen at any point in Little Hope, and the game is played with one controller only. Instead, when someone’s character takes the lead in the story, the controller should be passed to them, and the game will pause and let you know it’s time to go ahead and do just that.
That’s all you need to know for how to play local multiplayer with friends in Little Hope, the latest in The Dark Pictures Anthology. Hopefully this helped and that you are able to enjoy a nice night or two with friends engaging in some witchy spooks.
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