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Number of Players: More than Four players are available for co-op play in this game. This is the highest maximum number available for a specific mode. See chart for details.
Number of Players: 2 players are available for co-op play in this game. This is the highest maximum number available for a specific mode. See chart for details.
Number of Players: 3 players are available for co-op play in this game. This is the highest maximum number available for a specific mode. See chart for details.
Number of Players: 4 players are available for co-op play in this game. This is the highest maximum number available for a specific mode. See chart for details.
Online Co-Op: Co-Op Play is available over the internet or an online service like Xbox Live or the PlayStation Network. Each player needs their own system, game, and internet connection.
Couch Co-Op: Couch or Local Co-Op allows players to use one copy of the game with multiple controllers to play co-op. This includes both split screen play and same screen play. Couches are not required.
SplitScreen: The TV is split into multiple screens so each co-op player gets their own viewpoint. The screen could be split vertically or horizontally.
LAN or Systemlink: Co-Op Play is available over a Local Network or System Link Connection. Most likely a router will be required, but you may use a crossover cable in some cases.
Drop-In/Drop-Out: Players can join or leave a cooperative game session at anytime without disrupting an existing player's game.
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