Top Upcoming Cooperative Video Games of 2019

Look out for these cooperative focused video games launching in 2019.

Looking to enjoy a video game with a friend or online crew? Luckily there are already a number of video games to keep tabs on for 2019. In this list we’ll give you heads up on what cooperative focused video games that are slated to launch within 2019 year release. Likewise, we’ll update this list for future video game announcements so make sure you check back often!


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Anthem
  • Developer: BioWare
  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Platforms: PC, PS4, XBO
  • Release: March 2019

Anthem is the next video game title being released under development studio BioWare. Keeping with the trend of a futuristic sci-fi setting much like their Mass Effect releases, Anthem will also be set in the future where humans have colonized alien planets.

We’re waiting to hear more information regarding the game, though we do know that players will be able to explore and fight against alien hostiles together. BioWare has developed Anthem to be a four-player cooperative gameplay experience if you wish to join in with a few friends and it seems that this could be a bit familiar territory for players who enjoyed the Destiny franchise.

 


The Blackout Club
  • Developer: Question
  • Publisher: Question
  • Platforms: PC, PS4, XBO
  • Release: 2019

Development studio, Question, which is made up of AAA game developer veterans who have worked on such titles as BioShock and Dishonored are now bringing out their next hopeful hit, The Blackout Club. This is a cooperatively focused horror title that puts players into the sneakers of a few teenagers.

Within the game narrative, teens in a particular town have had trouble with random blackouts only to wake up in a completely different area. It’s unclear as to what is causing these blackouts, though no adult or police officer believes of this strange supernatural event. Instead, players are forced to create their own task force known as The Blackout Club.

Being a young teenager, players will be unable to fight against any foes but instead must work together in order to discover what’s causing the sudden blackout issues and provide proof to showcase onto the entire world.

 


Tunche
  • Developer: Leap Game Studios
  • Publisher: Leap Game Studios
  • Platforms: PC, PS4, NS
  • Release: 2019

Tunche is a 2D beat ‘em up roguelike video game that is quite stunning thanks to its hand-drawn art. The video game is under development by Leap Game Studios where they are hard at work in order to deliver a title that is inspired by a Peruvian legend. According to the legend, Tunche is a spirit that lurks within the jungles enchanting prey by whistling.

The game, however, sports cooperative gameplay so as you lurk into the jungles you’ll have a friend to help deal with the hostile creatures that come up. As mentioned, this is a roguelike so if you die at any point of the game you’ll be forced to start all the way back to the beginning. Likewise, the game does feature some RPG elements as well so as you progress through the game, players can level up with various upgrades such as unlocking new powerful attacks.

 


Installation 01
  • Developer: Soon Studios
  • Publisher: Soon Studios
  • Platforms: PC
  • Release: TBD

If you enjoyed the days of jumping online and playing Halo 3 with your best buds then that experience may soon make a return. Installation 01 is a fan-made FPS that is based on the Halo series while developed using the Unity game engine. Players will find that the title will resemble Halo 3 along with the first two main installments to the Halo franchise, Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo 2.

Being a fan-made game, there could be some concern as to the legality of this project. However, Soon Studios has been in communication with both 343 Industries and Microsoft so it doesn’t look like we will see this game get killed off prior to its release. However, the big question that most of us are wondering is if this studio will be able to deliver the game within 2019.

 


Crackdown 3
  • Developer: Reagent Games
  • Publisher: Microsoft Studios
  • Platforms: PC, XBO
  • Release: February 22, 2019

Crackdown 3 is the next main installment to the Crackdown franchise. We’ve been waiting for this game for quite awhile and now it seems that the game will finally hit store shelves on February 22, 2019. Once again, The Agency will be facing against a terrorist organization, one that has this time killed the power for the entire world.

There will be cooperative gameplay for friends who wish to go through the game. With support of up to four players, Crackdown 3 will only be capable of multiplayer through online. Unfortunately, for those looking for a local co-op experience, you’ll be out of luck.

 


Cuphead “The Delicious Last Course”
  • Developer: StudioMDHR
  • Publisher: StudioMDHR
  • Platforms: PC, XBO
  • Release: 2019 (DLC)

Cuphead was a hit when it first released into the market. Gamers received a classic style retro game where players battle against a series of boss fights. However, during E3 2018, we received the unveiling of The Delicious Last Course, a new DLC slated to release sometime in 2019.

So far we know that the DLC is coming packed with a new isle filled with new bosses, weapons among other goodies. Likewise, The Delicious Last Course will also introduce a brand new playable character known as Legendary Chalice.

 


Skull & Bones
  • Developer: Ubisoft
  • Publisher: Ubisoft
  • Platforms: PC, PS4, XBO
  • Release: 2019

Skull & Bones is an upcoming Ubisoft video game where players will set out on the sea in search for loot and goods to steal. The gameplay mechanics look to be similar to Ubisoft’s past video game release, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, where players will be calling out orders to their crew during combat while sailing their ship.

This will also be a multiplayer-focused experience as players can team up and fight against one another. Likewise, there is always the competition on becoming the most notorious pirate within the sea. During E3 2018 we got a new glimpse as to what gamers can expect when the title launches at some point in 2019.

 


Wolfenstein: Youngblood
  • Developer: MachineGames
  • Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
  • Platforms: XBO, PS4, PC
  • Release: 2019

Wolfenstein: Youngblood is the next installment to the Wolfenstein franchise. From what we know so far, the game will take place during the 1980s where the protagonists are the twin daughters of former leading hero BJ.

Stepping into the shoes as both daughters can be a challenge so developers Machine Games has developed the title to allow a cooperative gameplay experience. There haven’t been too many details released so far about the game, but the Wolfenstein: Youngblood is slated to launch at some point in 2019.

 


Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
  • Developer: Massive Entertainment
  • Publisher: Ubisoft
  • Platforms: PC, PS4, XBO
  • Release: March 15, 2019

The Division was a big title for players to go through and now a sequel is underway. Overall, the game will take place just a few months shy of a year after the first installment. Players are once again taking on the role of an agent within The Division as they now embark on a new journey in establishing order caused by the corrupt government.

Civil war is breaking out once again and with cooperative gameplay such a big component from the first installment, players can expect the game to offer co-op capabilities in the upcoming sequel. Likewise, there will be a few new game modes to enjoy as well such as the introduction of Raids.

For those who mainly want to stick with the story aspect of the game, Ubisoft has revealed that there will be three DLC expansion packs released in the first year. Each pack will bring in new areas and story to enjoy but best of all, each pack will be completely free.

 


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