Tiny Tina of Borderlands fame is leading the way in her own spin-off game, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Combining some large, powerful guns with some devastating magical spells, players have the chance to take down enemies in a multitude of ways with a selection of character classes to choose from. You’ll be looting and shooting in this fantasy RPG, but how you do that with friends in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands split screen is up to you.
In this guide to Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands split-screen, we’ve put together everything you need to know to get toting guns and casting spells with buddies in the game. As with previous Borderlands games, you’ll be pleased to hear there are options available to jump in and out with friends. Although there’s no mention of cross-platform so far from Gearbox, if you’re on the same platform, there are plenty of ways to play.
We’ve also got a guide to all things Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands as well as a look at all the Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands classes. For now, let’s get into how you jump into the game with friends and experience Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands split-screen.
Will Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands have split screen?
Yes, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands has a split-screen local multiplayer co-op mode for players to enjoy across both the campaign and end-game content. You can also play online. As seen in Borderlands, you’re able to drop in and out of co-op mode as and when you choose (or when your friends are free to play).
When creating a new Fatemaker, players can choose between two options for co-op mode that will ultimately decide how loot drops and how enemies are scaled. These are:
- Cooperation: each player will have their own instanced loot drops, ensuring each player gets a reward for every encounter and that you can’t steal each other’s stuff. Difficulty will scale based on each individual player’s character level, meaning it won’t be too hard for anyone at a lower level than you.
- Coopetition: the more grab and go approach as players battle it out for loot, meaning everyone will get the same and you’ll have to split them or be quick, putting who the best loot mole is to the test. Enemies will scale to the level of the host, so you’ll either be carefully picking your host so that the lower-level players don’t suffer, or giving them a challenge by fronting your best comrade.
Either way, you can switch between the modes via the Multiplayer settings in the main menu at any point during your campaign. So, if you find you’re squabbling over loot or feel like you’re up for some more loot grabbing, then you can swap between Cooperation and Coopetition, depending on how toxic you’re feeling.
HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN YOU PLAY WITH in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands split screen?
For Tiny Tina’s split-screen local multiplayer, the amount of players you can play with depends on what console you have. Two-player split-screen is supported on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, while four-player split-screen is supported on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.
But, online Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands co-op works in teams of up to four.
Gearbox has made it clear though that in order to ensure the challenge is matched to the number of players you have, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands does become harder based on how many players you have in your team. So, whilst teaming up with friends to complete levels is beneficial, you want to make sure you’ve got a squad ready for a harder challenge.
CAN YOU PLAY ONLINE AND OFFLINE in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands split screen?
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands can be played either in online mode or local split-screen, but, as mentioned above, it depends what console you have.
Two-player split-screen is supported on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, while four-player split-screen is supported on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. But online works with up to four of your friends no matter where you are in the world.
That’s everything we know about Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands split-screen modes. Make sure to check back as we approach the Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands release date as we’ll keep this page updated with anything new.