Conduit 2’s “multiplayer is definitely far more robust” than GoldenEye 007 and Black Ops Wii- High Voltage
High Voltage’s Chief Creative Officer Eric Nofsinge told the Official Nintendo Magazine that Conduit 2’s multiplayer mode is far better than those in GoldenEye 007 and Black Ops Wii. The MP mode in Conduit 2, according to him, is what sets the game apart from its competition and gives it an upper hand.
“What sets us apart from Black Ops is that we’re exclusive to the Wii and take advantage of the hardware,” Nofsinger told ONM. “GoldenEye, I think our multiplayer is definitely far more robust and that’s what we set out to accomplish. We offer a lot of modes. I think they did a good job with the split-screen stuff but then we offer split-screen as well.”
“We also offer a horde mode like a Gears Of War kind of thing,” he carried on. “We have an experience which allows you to collect credits and then apply them to your character, you can customise your character, there’s a perks system… It’s a very robust multiplayer system with a lot of modes and a lot of different ways you can play.”
Nofsinge even thinks the multiplayer mode in Crysis 2 is good enough to compete with many HD console titles. “I think it’s competitive with what a lot of players are used to on PC, PS3 and 360,” he said. “I think GoldenEye and Black Ops did a fair job but in those areas I think we’re best.”
Does that mean the single player campaign will be less good? Will it be given less attention? Well, we’ll have to wait and watch. Leave behind your comments on what you think of this.