Wild Hearts Multiplayer: How To Play Co-Op In Wild Hearts
That’s because Wild Hearts multiplayer supports up to three players online, and there are various ways to team up with other players.
Here’s everything you need to know about multiplayer in Wild Hearts.
- For more on Wild Hearts, be sure to check out our full list of every Kemono in the game, as well as every Karakuri.
Is Wild Hearts Multiplayer?
Yes! Players can form groups of three to tackle all of the Kemono Azuma has to offer, and it uses a drop-in, drop-out system where players can join hunts in progress or simply roam the various biomes together.
How To Play Co-Op In Wild Hearts Multiplayer
There are several ways to team up with friends in Wild Hearts.
Once you craft a campfire, you can rest next to it. Doing so opens a menu that lets you pick your next hunt and upgrade your adorable Tsukomo companion, but it also features a “Play Online” option to start a new session or join an existing one.
While wandering Azuma’s regions, you can find glowing gates that act as portals to other players' worlds.
These Hunters Gates can take you to join another player’s quest.
When you start a quest in Wild Hearts, you can request assistance with the button prompt on the screen.
It’ll match with other players in the same quest, meaning you can both progress the campaign – particularly helpful for the Kingtusk quest early on which can be tricky.
Is Wild Hearts Co-Op Crossplay?
Yes, players can team up across PC, Xbox Series S & X, and PlayStation 5. For more, be sure to check out our guide to crossplay and cross-progression.
That's all you need to know about multiplayer in Wild Hearts. For more on the game, check out all we know about a potential Steam Deck release, as well as all the information about crossplay and cross-progression.