Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands will have multiple options for co-op, including local split-screen and full cross-play online.
For local split-screen, up to four players can play locally on PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series consoles, while PS4 and Xbox One are capped at two. Players can also choose between vertical or horizontal split-screen orientation.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands can also be played online with up to four players, across all available systems. Players on Xbox, PlayStation and PC can all play together through the Epic Games Store and Gearbox’s SHiFT Matchmaking.
All versions of co-op will also offer two gameplay options for determening how loot drops and enemies scale during multiplayer.
The inclusion of PlayStation cross-play is a step forward from Borderlands 3, as Gearbox announced last year that, while it was ready to update the game to allow co-op across platforms, it was told to pull support from the PS4 and PS5 versions.
Gearbox also recently announced that Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands will receive four DLC instalments following its release on March 25.
Each new content drop will add a new illusionary world, each with five levels and a final boss that Gearbox designed to be played over and over, with increased risk and reward on each run.
In our final preview for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, IGN said: “The mechanics of Wonderlands are solid, built on the tried and true Borderlands formula, and its pedigree is undeniable.”
Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who occasionally remembers to tweet @thelastdinsdale.