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It Takes Two Gets “We’re Better Together” Trailer


Take a closer look at the adventures of Cody and May with the latest trailer for Hazelight Studios and Electronic Arts’ It Takes Two.

In this title, Cody and May find themselves turned into dolls by their daughter Rose. Stuck in this new form, they find themselves challenged by Dr. Hakin, a cheesy self-help book on love that is on a mission to help fix their broken relationship. As these two set out to overcome their differences and get back their bodies, this couple will come across a diverse cast of endearing and strange characters.

This title was made with co-op in mind, with the ability to enjoy the title online or in couch co-op with split-screen play. One will also be able to invite a friend to join online co-op for free with the Friend’s Pass functionality. The title was designed to mesh both story and gameplay together.

Learn more with the trailer below:

It Takes Two – Official “We’re Better Together” Trailer

The game will come out on March 26, 2021 for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, and PC via Origin and Steam.

Source: YouTube
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