It was a bit shock to find out that Man Of Medan, and the rest of The Dark Pictures Anthology, was going to have a bit of a multiplayer aspect mixed into it all. I will not gripe that we are getting it, as it has sounded rather interesting since Supermassive Games let that one slip. It is just not something that was fully expected to be in there for Man Of Medan from the start. I have a feeling none of that is going to make much sense along the way. Fact is, it will be in there for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC versions of the game and now we have some new details on how that will all work.
We have a new developer diary now for Man Of Medan that dives, pun intended, right into all of that. At least as it comes to the co-op mode of it all. This is where two players will be playing through the game online but making choices that will affect each other's story. That is the basics of it all. As it does seem, there will be more than just choices that can happen and this includes whole different scenes playing out for one and then needed to confer with the other player on what they just experienced. It is one of the more interesting diaries and I fully recommend having a look to get fully up to speed on Man Of Medan before August 30th.
Man Of Medan — Don’t Play Alone
Is it nice to see a bit more on how two players will be able to handle the horrors of Man Of Medan? Do you think that it will always flow as smooth as it looks here or will there be a lot of waiting on one side while the other player makes up their mind? How do you truly think the delays will play out between the two screens or will it be as seamless as Supermassive is claiming? Let us all know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss. When more for Man Of Medan surfaces, we will have it here for you. Just be sure to keep checking back in for all of that and much, much more.