10. A Way Out (PS4)
This new adventure game from the creator of Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is a purely co-operative experience, and requires two players either online or on the couch. Starring two prisoners, Leo and Vincent, you and a friend will be busting out of prison and embarking on a quest for revenge. The constantly shifting split screen gives the game a unique look, while the variety of scenarios where you need to work together results in a highly entertaining experience.
Zombie Army 4: Dead War really is the complete package when it comes co-operative mayhem. A lengthy, varied campaign gives four friends the chance to team up and take on Hitler's undead hordes across the French canals, a Zoo, and Hell itself while multiple difficulty levels and a persistent rank test your abilities to the max once you've got a hang of things. Horde mode then tasks a team with surviving for as long as possible, opening up new environments and enemy types as you progress. With two comprehensive modes to explore and master, Zombie Army 4: Dead War will have you chomping at the undead bit for more and more.
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Two of the previous generation’s most popular coop titles collated in one spruced-up package, between Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, compilation Borderlands: The Handsome Collection is packing hundreds of hours of top-tier PvE entertainment.
You can play Divinity 2 alone, but playing co-op with a friend is a far more enjoyable time. This vast RPG is chock-full of crazy characters, interesting locales, and challenging, turn-based combat that two players can both fully engage with. Neat design features like the screen splitting seamlessly when you separate or debating during conversations make this deep RPG an engaging game for both players.
One of the chief concerns from sceptics unconvinced by PlayStation VR is that it blocks your vision from the real-world. Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes uses this unique scenario to its advantage, displaying a bomb disposal manual on the television screen while the headset wearer inspects an explosive. The title requires the two parties to be in constant communication in order to successfully disarm the dynamite, and the result is intense, satisfying co-op.