Why Batman: Arkham Knight Doesn't Have Co-Op

2015's action game Batman: Arkham Knight doesn't have co-op mode, but there is a good reason for that, according to developer Rocksteady Studios. Fundamental to making the game the "ultimate Batman simulator" is putting the player--just one player--into the boots of the Dark Knight himself, the studio says.

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DualWielding1412d ago

Because there's nothing wrong with a game being single player only, I'm tired of developers trying to shoehorn co-op or multiplayer where it doesn't fit

SeanScythe1412d ago (Edited 1412d ago )

Coop should be unlocked only after you beat the game with single player. Then you get coop mode where you and a friend can reply the story. That doesn't take away from the game and adds replay ability. I'm sorry but once I beat a SP game I'm done with it and have no reason to keep playing. If I could reply the story with a friend that would give me a reason to keep the game. Batman isn't always alone he has sidekicks it's part of his story. Robin and Nightwing have been in most of the games so it's not like they don't exist. Why not do it if you don't want to play it then don't.