Sea of Stars Co-op Multiplayer Will Let 3 People Play
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Sea of Stars Co-op Multiplayer Will Let 3 People Play

It’s looking like co-op multiplayer for three players could be coming to Sea of Stars around its one year anniversary. Sabotage Studio announced Single Player+ is in development.

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Essentially, it seems that the Sea of Stars Single Player+ element would be a co-op multiplayer experience similar to the one for players of games like Secret of Mana. There are few exact details about how it would work at the moment. However, it would be a local mechanic for couch co-op, with no online option offered. It would also mean that, in addition to each person controlling a character, there would be a co-op timed hits mechanic. In the single player experience, hitting in time with on-screen actions can create a combo when attacking enemies and deal more damage.

Here’s the first teaser trailer for the Sea of Stars multiplayer feature. It doesn’t actually show combat and what the timed hits could look like with multiple people playing. However, it does show an early-game exploration element with Valere, Zale, and Garl going through a location together.

This also came alongside a sales update announcement. Since its August 2023 debut, five million copies of Sea of Stars have been sold. The game is available digitally and physically.

Sea of Stars is available for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.

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