Best Co-Op & Split-Screen Games on Xbox Game Pass You Can Play with Friends

Best Co-Op & Split-Screen Games on Xbox Game Pass You Can Play with Friends
Elder Scrolls Online

It wasn’t a very promising year for games as you know. Why don’t you spend the rest of the time playing the games you haven’t played before with your friends?

Xbox One consoles might initially have been an Xbox One-specific platform designed for older gamers however it doesn’t mean there’s not plenty of two-player Xbox games that are available for teams of two to play and play together. These games show why getting an additional Xbox controller is a good idea and especially because every one of these two-player games works on each Xbox One and Xbox Series S|X. If you’re in the mood for some side-by-side games with the Xbox console with a pal we’ve put together the best list you can read below!

10 – Sea of Thieves

Now you can be the pirate of your dreams. Adventures on the rough see await for you. So why don’t you get your grog in hand and musket loaded? Sail to this epic multiplayer adventure on memorable memories with your crew.

Game Length: 53 Hours as Co-Op

Metacritic Score: 69

9 – Ark: Survival Evolved

Ever imagined how it would be to live in dinosaurs’ age in this wild world? You don’t have to imagine it; you will be living in this world anymore. Only on one condition, you must learn to survive. Tame the primitive creatures all around the island, survive and dominate!

Game Length: 443 Hours as Co-Op

Metacritic Score: 69

8 – Stardew Valley

You’ve just inherited a small farmhouse from your good old grandpa. You are not going to take over the things, are you? You will set out to begin your new life, here in Stardew Valley. In Stardew Valley, you will be a farmer like your grandpa was and spend a lifetime improving your character’s skills. In this game, you can create your own character and always build up. You can collaborate with your friends on your farm.

Game Length: 147 Hours (Not completely Co-Op)

Metacritic Score: 89

7 – A Way Out

A Way Out is a co-op game you can have a good time with your friends playing countless mini-games. Narrating the building of a good friendship is also what you won’t likely find this good in other games these days. The game is playable both local and online co-op depending on your choice. There is a catch, you’ll have to play split-screen no matter what. Enjoy while you are playing.


Game Length: 6 – 7 Hours

Metacritic Score: 78

6 – Gears 5

All of your enemies are uniting against you, humanity’s only reliance is on you after being betrayed by the technology they had trusted so bad. You are going to be playing this third-person shooter with joy, although it is not so different than its equivalents. In Gears 5, there are many multiplayer modes you can try out. Have a good time.

Game Length: Depending on you

Metacritic Score: 84

5 – It Takes Two

From the award-winning studio Hazelight, the game It Takes Two offers uniquely varied gameplay as you might have experienced before in A Way Out. In this story, you and your friend will be in the shoes of May and Cody who are going through a rough patch in marriage, acting as dolls. You heard right, you will be acting as dolls, crazy, right? The wildest and most fantastic journey awaits you to get back in your real lives.

Game Length: 12 – 15 Hours

Metacritic Score: 88

4 – Human Fall Flat

Running around like crazy! Climbing and falling off edges all the time! You totally are going to have a great time in this game. In this game, you will be challenged to solve puzzles which has nothing to do with real-life but the bizarreness of this world. Sometimes you’ll find yourself in the middle of a playroom or falling off the skies.

Game Length: 20 Hours

Metacritic Score: 73

3 – Don’t Starve Together

Don’t Starve Together is a survival game visualized as that can be pretty and creepy at the same time. You will need to cooperate to survive, else you will not last so long. You will need to craft a lot of items. As long as you keep up, you will see how rewarding it feels to be in this world.

Game Length: 307 Hours

Metacritic Score: 83

2 – Back 4 Blood

You probably heard of the Left 4 Dead series before, maybe played it. Back 4 Blood carries the familiar Left 4 Dead ingredients and offers you improved gameplay passes in an apocalyptic world crawling with zombies. Your crew aims to survive.

Game Length: 52 Hours

Metacritic Score: 77

1 – Elder Scrolls Online

Elder Scrolls Online is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game that takes part in the Elder Scrolls universe and you might be familiar with the prequels. You can dive in the world of Tamriel and live as free as a bird. You will have your own adventure, exploring deep dungeons and sharing quests with your friends.

Game Length: 196 Hours

Metacritic Score: 81

Hopefully, you had a good time reading this best co-op games article.

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