This week’s biggest games are all about working together. In Sea of Thieves, you and your pals can run your very own pirate ship. In Attack on Titan 2, you can team up to take down the titular titans. And in A Way Out, your only path out of prison is playing cooperatively. On the single-player side, you can solve cases with everyone’s favorite electric mouse in Detective Pikachu, or save the world in Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom.
Sea of Thieves — March 20
Available on: Xbox One, PC
If I tell you that Sea of Thieves is all about gathering a pirate crew with your friends, you can probably figure the rest out: you can explore a massive ocean, run a tight ship, battle other crews, search for buried treasure, and so much more. You might even run into a kraken or two.
- Sea Of Thieves For Xbox One And PC: 10 Reasons We’re Excited
- PC’s Sea Of Thieves Requirements, Recommended Specs Announced
Attack on Titan 2 — March 20
Available on: PS4, Vita, Xbox One, PC, Switch
Maybe your crew would rather defend your hometown from giant, people-eating freaks. This follow-up smash-hit anime game picks up right after the first, and this time you’ll be able to play the whole thing in co-op, or take on the challenge alone with new co-op characters.
- New Multiplayer Details Surface For Attack On Titan 2
- Attack On Titan 2 For Switch Brings Gory Monster-Slaying On The Go
A Way Out — March 23
Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC
A Way Out is a forced co-op game–one player controls Leo, the other controls Vincent–where your goal is to escape prison. In practice, this means one of you can be stuck in a cutscene while the other explores or approach a situation from multiple vantage points.
- Prison Escape Co-Op Game A Way Out’s Length Revealed And More
Detective Pikachu — March 23
Available on: 3DS
Don’t expect to be choosing starters and earning gym badges in this Pokemon adventure. Instead, you’ll guide a talking Pikachu and his human helper Timmy as they solve cases around town. There are plenty of clues to find and suspicious characters to interrogate.
- Detective Pikachu Release Date For 3DS Announced Alongside New, Huge Amiibo
- Detective Pikachu Might As Well Be Danny Devito
Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom — March 23
Available on: PS4, PC
This RPG sequel had its own set of delays, but it’ll soon be time to help King Evan restore his stolen throne. New to the game are the Pikmin-like Higgledies, which can be commanded in battle. And you’ll definitely be having plenty of those across the game’s expansive world.
- Check Out A New Boss Fight From PS4/PC’s Beautiful RPG Ni No Kuni 2
- New Ni No Kuni 2 Footage Shows Off Real-Time Army Battles And Another Boss