Top 3 Co-op Games on Xbox Game Pass:

Xbox Game Pass allows you to play games solo or with friends cooperatively using multiplayer option. However, it is great for playing with other players online. We have added a list of top co-op games that are available to play now.

Top Co-op Games on Xbox Game Pass

1. State of Decay 2:

State of Decay 2 is an open world horror video game with an emphasis on searching for items. Play this game from third person perspective. State of Decay 2 features an open world & allows you to enjoy co-op gameplay with up to 3 friends.

Enter offline or online at any time during gameplay by hitting the pause button & changing the settings.

The game includes 3 co-op online settings including offline, invite only or friends only. Selecting the offline option will not allow anybody to enter your game.

State of Decay 2
State of Decay 2
(Image Credit: Microsoft)

Play online using the other 2 options i.e. invite only & friends only. 

You can invite your friends to play the game cooperatively with you so your friend must accept your invitation. You can send out more invites because you have multiple guests slots available which can let you make a squad.

If you choose friends only, anybody on your Xbox Live friends list who is playing this game can join your game whenever they want.

If you want to help other player, then instead of inviting friend into your game, join another player game. All you need to do is to press up on the D-pad & choose the Volunteer option which will then drop you into someone else’s walkthrough who needs your help.

Firing weapons will attract opponents so make a strategy about how you want to proceed meaning be very selective about your real life friends you choose to be your in-game co-op partners. My opinion is do not select a noisy friend because he will put you in trouble by making too much noise.

2. Forza Horizon 4:

Forza Horizon 4 is a racing video game set in an open world. The game features more than 420 licensed cars. Use a route creator which lets you make your own races.

Purchase houses in this game which unlock new items, vehicles & gameplay perks. Forza Horizon 4 adds a dynamic weather system that shows the change of seasons as well.

Forza Horizon 4
Forza Horizon 4
(Image Credit: Microsoft)

Make a team with 5 online friends to tackle co-op challenges in the Forzathon Live event or invite your friends to some ad-hoc co-op races. The game also supports cross-platform play b/w Xbox One & Windows 10.

Play Forza Horizon 4 with friends / relatives if you want to really enjoy this game.

3. Human: Fall Flat:

Human: Fall Flat is an open-ended puzzle platformer set in floating landscapes. The objective is to reach the exit of these weird levels by solving puzzles. The game supports local co-op for 2 players & up to 8 players can play this game online for more action.

Human: Fall Flat
Human: Fall Flat
(Image Credit: 505 Games)

Fall into or host private / public lobbies with friends. Take help to get that boulder on to a catapult or take somebody’s help to break that wall. With online co-op enjoy this game more than playing alone.

Play it with a friend or a family member in a local split-screen. Take help to achieve any objective or spend some time throwing each other about in the craziest possible ways.

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10 Comments

  1. state of decay is a top coop game

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  2. best games for cooperative players

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    1. Hello Marcus!
      Thank you for such a nice comment 😀

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  3. Human Fall Flat is my pick from the list

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    1. Hi Friend!
      I will add more games in this post. It is the top post of Gamescover so I will update it soon. Thank you for your comment 😃

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  5. Human Fall Flat is amazing

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    1. Hello Babar!
      Yes I agree with you. Thank you for your comment.

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