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Borderlands 2 Co-op on Vita Limited to Two Players

Posted on Friday, May 2 @ 14:30:00 PST by Alex_Osborn

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"Borderlands 2 is a blast when you’re flying solo, but the PS Vita version also includes support for two-player online co-op play between two PS Vita owners," a post on the PlayStation Blog confirmed. 

"We checked in with the SCEA Third Party Production team, who confirmed that while they strived to include four-player co-op in the game, they made a decision late in their development cycle to focus on providing the best two-player-only co-op experience possible. As a result, the maximum co-operative player count for Borderlands 2 on PS Vita is capped at two."

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