What’s better than turning into a werewolf and ripping your enemies to shreds? Doing it with friends, of course!
Turning into a werewolf is undoubtedly the highlight of Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood, an action RPG based on the World of Darkness tabletop series. But if you’re thinking of buying it you might be wondering if it’s a game you have to enjoy alone, or if you can enjoy it with others, in either co-op or competitive multiplayer.
Unfortunately, Werewolf: The Apocaplypse – Earthblood has no multiplayer features whatsoever. That means once you’ve finished its single-player campaign, which isn’t the longest in the world, there’s little else to do apart from make your way through it again. There are multiple difficulties though, and two endings. Still, we can’t help feel it would have been a much more rounded package if there was some kind of multiplayer aspect. Just who do we need to speak to in order to get a multiplayer werewolf game made, eh?