Prince of Persia co-op now a “possibility”

By Mike, Tuesday, 10 June 2008 10:35 GMT


Speaking to videogaming247, Chris Easton – Prince of Persia’s community development manager – has said that co-operative play in the upcoming action reboot may be explored.

An earlier statement, given by producer Ben Mattes at the recent Ubidays event, said that there would no co-op in the game at all.

“There are no plans for co-op as of now, but we may explore the possibility,” Easton told us.

Co-op seemed as natural feature of the game, given that play centres on the Prince and constant sidekick Elika, and it would seem that hope is not yet lost, despite Mattes’ comments.

Look out for more from our exclusive chat with Chris later this week.

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