Pagan Online Gets Two-Player Co-Op Thanks to New Update

Wargaming and Mad Head Games have announced that two-player co-op has been added to their hack-and-slash action RPG Pagan Online.

Players that take on the new mode will be able to team up with fellow players and put test their skills to the test against even bigger hordes, bosses, and challenges. As of now, co-op play is available for all missions and assassinations, but co-op will be added soon to the main story campaign. For me, going through a story with a friend is pretty great, so I’m looking forward to this option being added.

The updates don’t just stop here, however, as future updates are on the horizon for Pagan Online. These updates will include: four-player co-op, synergies between heroes, special co-op systems, special rewards, and drops, as well as performance and balance improvements and fixes.

“Co-op is going to play a big role in the upcoming expansions to Pagan Online,” said Uros Banjesevic, Chief Creative Officer of Mad Head Games — via a press release. “We’re very happy to be bringing this new feature to the game and can’t wait for players to get in and start playing Pagan Online with their friends.”

Furthermore, new content expansions are going to be released for the game in the coming months, including new zones, new enemies, and extended story lines, so expect for Pagan Online to be even bigger and better.

Pagan Online follows in the footsteps of classic top-down dungeon crawlers while redefining the action RPG genre with session-based PVE action, MOBA-like characters, and challenging combat that is easy to pick up but difficult to master. The game is currently in Early Access and available for $29.99 on Steam and

Discover more about Pagan Online by checking out the devlog video and Early Access launch trailer below:

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Brad Crespo

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