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I'm creating a 2-D game for the Xbox One and I'd like to implement multiplayer, preferably with online co-op or even 2 players using one screen.
I'll be using the multiplayer plugin to achieve this, but would it be compatible with the Xbox One?
bump. Just a last call to see if anyone has knowledge of this.
Multiplayer isn't supported in Edge, and the Edge browser powers Construct games on Xbox One, so it's not supported there either.
You can still do something locally right? Just not with the Xbox login, making the second player essentially a guest.
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Of course, but the poster specifically asked about the Multiplayer plugin. Typically without any additional context I assume the term "multiplayer" involves networking. There's nothing special about local multiplayer, it's just a different set of events using the same features and no networking.
Thanks for the replies, I've also discovered that the Xbox Creators program doesn't support online multiplayer and you'd have to go through the IDXbox program to get online multiplayer in Xbox games. I'll probably stick with local multiplayer on the same screen.