Previously exclusive to Nintendo Wii U, Lego City Undercover has you play as Chase McCain in an open world sandbox packed with things to build, break and destroy.
Unfortunately, this version was plagued with mediocre load times and performance issues, all of which we hope are fixed in this new release.
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The Wii U version also lacked a dedicated co-op mode due to its reliance on the gamepad for some of its core mechanics.
Lego games are renown for their intuitive drop-in/drop-out co-op gameplay, so it’s great to see the feature return in Undercover’s second coming.
It appears that Undercover will utilise the same scaling split-screen technology found in other Lego titles, making it easy for you and a friend to explore different areas of the open world without any problems.
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