The adventure game A Way Out is just at our door and while the fans are excited, the developers of the game have included the Friends Pass in the game. This will allow the players to play with other users, even if the partner does not have the copy of the game.
This is literally one of the most interesting things a game could have. The reason why most of the other games do not have this, is because A Way Out is a game with a markedly cooperative component for consoles and PC.
And since its cooperative is mandatory its developers have included the option of a Friends Pass. This friends pass allows the user to invite his partner to join in, without actually purchasing a copy of the game.
In a Question and Answer session on Reddit, the creators of the game gave fans and players a free hand to ask whatever they want to ask about the upcoming game.
Among various other questions and answers, the programmer Lucas de Vries revealed that there is going to be no limit to the number of people with whom you can share the game.
He further revealed that the Friends Pass is a free trial that anyone can download without needing to receive something from a person who has the game.
Be that as it may, there are some things that are required before you could start enjoying that Friend’s Pass. After downloading, you can not start the game unless you have been invited by someone who owns the game copy. Which seems pretty much logical.
That said the game A Way Out is an adventure, cooperative game for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. You can play the game with the partners either locally or online. The game centers around the two players escaping from a prison to various other survival scenarios.
A Way Out includes scenes of action, adventure, exploration, puzzle, persecution, and stealth. That said very recently the director of the game Josef Fares said that although the game will be brilliant, he has his doubts that the gunplay won’t be as polished as the Uncharted game.
Even so, the game still seems very promising. That said the game is scheduled to roll out on 23rd March for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.