Unravel Two is much like the original, but this time you have a friend to help you solve these puzzles. Well, this sequel to Unravel - which you might remember as that game about the yarn kid wandering platforming environments - is really all about co-op.
Unravel Two is out now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC for $19.99. The new gameplay elements are built around the idea of both playable characters being tethered together, and having to use each other to swing around or climb.More news: Iran Welcomes Ceasefire between Afghan Gov’t, Taliban
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Quake Champions hypes the game at the Bethesda E3 2018 Showcase by announcing a free to play week for everyone. You won't be stuck with the default red and blue Yarnys. This control scheme is crucial, especially because Unravel Two isn't an online co-op game - it's local only. Coldwood Interactive noted that players can specifically play alone if they are so inclined. As you can guess from that art and screenshots above, the major addition in the sequel is a second Yarny. One such puzzle that was showcased at E3 was one that focused on the players swinging form their single yarn to avoid the hungry bird below. To get new cosmetics for your Yarny you'll need to complete special challenge maps spread through the lighthouse, which serves as the hub for Unravel 2.
The rating page also reveals a lack of a Switch release for the game, as it's only been rated for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.