posted on Sep, 29 2020 @ 11:38 AM
If anyone else is like me and misses the days when multiplayer gaming meant gathering around a small TV with your buddies with a bunch of controllers
and duking it out while accusations of screenwatching flew back and forth every time someone gets a kill, then you may like this.
Universal Split Screen is a standalone application that directs Windows input to enable local multiplayer in PC games with keyboards, mice and
controllers. Play local co-op with one game copy on one computer
The list of tested games is currently fairly small, but it should work with any PC game with a LAN or Steam Lobby invite option.
This sounds pretty awesome to me, i've scoured steam for just about every local multiplayer game I can find, there's some good ones, but the options
are fairly limited compared to online only games. This opens up a pretty big world of choices for some local mulitplayer gaming.