In the sequel, combat is now one of the core parts of the game, with players being able to strike, dodge, and use different shadow powers in engagements with foes. Citing games like Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and Bloodborne, the game’s new combat system focuses on fast reflexes and poking at the enemy’s vulnerabilities to succeed in a duel. With the expanded co-op, you can bring in up to two other players to help you in the game’s larger suite of levels. Co-op proved to be popular with fans of the original, and it was something the developers leaned into further with the follow-up.

-Alessandro Fillari, Gamespot Article Author

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