Trine 2 gets cross-platform play on PC and Mac

by Andrew Yoon, Nov 23, 2011 7:30am PST
Related Topics – Trine 2, Steam, Frozenbyte, Atlus, PC, Mac, Trine Series

Can turtlenecks and pocket protectors get along? Developer Frozenbyte is going to find out with the upcoming Steamworks release of Trine 2. The co-op platforming sequel will support cross-platform multiplayer across PC and Mac, and you'll be able to test that feature right now with a newly-released Mac beta, available for everyone that pre-orders the game.

"The cross-platform multiplayer between Windows and Mac makes it easier to find people to play with, allowing everyone to enjoy the full co-op potential of the beta and the upcoming game," said Lauri Hyvärinen, CEO of Frozenbyte, in a press release.

Trine 2 will be available later this year on PC, Mac, PS3 and Xbox Live Arcade for $14.99 (1200 Microsoft Points). The Steamworks version will include achievements and support for the Steam Cloud; a DRM-free version of Trine 2 will be available in 2012.


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