Loopmancer is the newest rogue-like action platformer game to be spoken about in the market. It revolves around a detective that finds himself in a loop. He sets out to discover what is keeping him in this time loop. The allure of the game is the cyberpunk neo aesthetic and the combat mechanics being well done and polished. It is poised to be a good game with reviews speaking positively and the experience it offers. It has already made its demo available on Steam and the devs are currently taking feedback and fixing issues that have been highlighted in the demo. In this article, we will look at Loopmancer Multiplayer mode: Is it available?
Loopmancer is shaping up to be like the critically acclaimed ‘Deathloop‘ but more cyberpunk in aesthetic. Like the aforementioned game, it deals with a person being stuck in an infinite time loop and he sets out to discover why this is happening to him. The game is said to have 7 levels and is going to follow a Sifu-like system for player death. When the player dies, you will have the opportunity to revisit critical locations on the level. You can use this time to find facts and clues that will help you progress further in the game.
Will Loopmancer have a multiplayer mode?
With the game scheduled to release later this year, there is little to no information available. All that the developers have shared is the demo on Steam and a couple of screenshots and images that the player base can look at. There is no information if there will be a multiplayer mode in this game, as of now. It is unlikely that there will be a multiplayer mode as the game is narration and story-focused. Further, since the game relies more on melee and close-range combat, it will be difficult to implement a multiplayer mode. Additionally, the art style of the game is a 3D platformer form making it even more challenging to add depth and multiplayer elements to the game.
While nothing can be said for certain about the multiplayer aspects of the game, the singleplayer looks to be strong and competent with multiple reviews and websites already calling it well-written, well-executed, and polished. Additionally, the demo on Steam has been well received and players are hopeful that the game will be able to deliver on their expectations. Only after a full release can we be certain if the game is worth the hype or simply a hollow shell that was blown out of proportion.