Torchlight II, an action-role-playing dungeon creeper video game by Runic Games was released on Microsoft Windows September 20, 2012. It’s the sequel to Torchlight and offers peer-to-peer multiplayer support as well as extended modding capabilities.
Torchlight II, like the original Torchlight, has randomly generated dungeons that the player can explore and many types of monsters to battle for loot and experience. Torchlight II retains the basic gameplay of its predecessor but has overland areas and multiple hub towns. It also offers a more protracted campaign.
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Torchlight 2 Split Screen
Torchlight II supports Multiplayer and Co-op, but it doesn’t support couch-co-op gameplay. The campaign supports four player online co-op. The Switch version of the game allows you to play the campaign with three other players over local wireless LAN. Each player must have their own copy of Switch.
A new cooperative multiplayer mode supports both internet and local play and the single-player mode. Multiplayer games can hold up to six players and each player gets their loot separately. Runic has confirmed that optional PVP (player against player) is possible.
Is Torchlight 2 open world?
Torchlight II, an online action RPG by Runic Games and Perfect World Entertainment is available. Torchlight II, the sequel to Torchlight, offers four new characters, open world exploration, co-op gameplay and pets.
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Can Torchlight 2 also be played with a controller
Krighton, a Runic Games forum user, has created XInput Mapper. This allows you to play Torchlight 2 using an Xbox 360 controller. This may mean you are less precise in your movements but it makes Torchlight 2 look amazing on Big Picture mode.