Ben 10: Power Trip is out today, and for parents looking for a way to keep the kids quiet, it’s a great game to do so, and it even works on multiple children thanks to split-screen. Parent used Split Screen Multiplayer. It’s super effective!
But, how do you split-screen multiplayer in Ben 10: Power Trip? I had a bit of trouble finding this out myself, and I’ve put over a dozen hours into the game. If you’re struggling to figure it out, no problem, I’ve got your back, dear parent.
To play Ben 10: Power Trip in multiplayer mode (there’s only local co-op, no online play) you’ll need a second controller connected to the console, obviously. Then, you need to find the camper van that Ben and his gang are travelling around in. If you open the pause menu you’ll find the world map. Look on the map for the camper van icon, then head towards the nearest one – there are multiple scattered throughout the game’s map for quick travel.
Once you’re at the camper van, simply talk to Kevin Levin and the game will ask you if you’d like to play in co-op. Hit ‘yes’ and enjoy a few minutes or, if you’re lucky, hours of the kids being distracted. Or take a break from working at home and have a go yourself. It’s a fun game!
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