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This is how co-op works in Journey to the Savage Planet

Journey to the Savage Planet is out now and offers two players the chance to explore in co-op. This guide will detail how co-op works within the game.

First, Journey to the Savage Planet does not feature cross-play, but you can join up with friends on the same platform. Second, both players will been to have a full version of the game before attempting to play co-op.

As with most games with a co-op feature, the host player is the one who greatly benefits from the functionality; the second co-op player joining a host session will not retain progress or collected materials.

How to play Journey to the Savage Planet in co-op

  • The host player should select Cooperative from the game’s main menu
  • On Xbox One and PS4, use the console’s menu system to search for the gamertag of the friend you wish to play with, then invite them to join on you.
  • On PC using the Epic Games launcher, you’ll need to be existing friends to search and request to join.

Journey to the Savage Planet co-op Achievments and Trophies

The following Achievements and Trophies can be collected by both players during co-op:

  • What Would You Two Maniacs Like to Do First?: Start a co-op game
  • A Little Help, Please: Revive a co-op partner
  • Don’t Cross the Streams: Slap your co-op partner
  • We came, We Saw, We Kicked Its Ass: Defeat the Cragclaw in co-op

Journey to the Savage Planet is available now on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4; we reviewed the game here and spoke with Aussie Alex Hutchinson about it here.

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