Broforce brototype now has online multiplayer support

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Just two weeks ago Free Lives, the local developer behind Broforce, got the green light from to have its game appear on Steam. Those who’ve tried out the brototype of the game know it’s huge fun, but that piece of code is only great for testing out the single player action.

Now, Free Lives has made available an alpha version of the game’s online multiplayer. This lets gamers test out the online cooperative features of Broforce – because there’s nothing like high-fiving a buddy from the comfort of your desk chair, across the internet.

Even though it’s an alpha version, it works pretty well. It’s possible to host games in one of four regions, and friends can join your lobbies, too.

If all that gets the juices flowing, remember to preorder your copy right here.

Christo van Gemert

Christo van Gemert

Eleven years ago Christo started writing about technology for one of South Africa's (then) leading computer magazines. His first review? A Samsung LCD monitor. Hey, it was hot news, back then. Nowadays he gets more excited about photography, cars, game consoles, and faster internet connections. He's sort of an Apple fan, but will take any opportunity to remind you about his Windows-powered home theatre PC and desire to own a vanilla Android tablet.   Currently uses: Apple 13-inch Macbook Pro with Retina Display, Apple iPhone 5, Microsoft Laser Mouse 6000, Audiofly AF78 Earphones, Xbox 360, Nikon D50.

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