Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Co-op Guide

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Co-op Guide

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is officially live and it’s time to roll for initiative! Set in the Borderlands equivilant of Dungeons and Dragons, players will join explosive aficionado Tiny Tina and her crew in a game of Bunkers and Badassess. While this title retains the same shooter/looter design of the core entires, it embraces a medieval setting that’s constantly changing under the whims of your Bunker-Master, Tina.

Unsurprisingly, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands features co-op gameplay with up to three other friends along with full crossplay support for PC, PlayStation, and Xbox users. Here’s how to enable or disable this feature along with when you can begin playing with other people:

How to Play Co-op

To start, you won’t be able to play co-op until you complete the opening prologue. This takes around 30-40 minutes depending on how long you spend making your character and if you watch the cutscenes. Eventually, you will make your way to some ruins where a bunch of skeletons will attack you. After slaying all the enemies, follow the path up to the chest above you and open it. Inside will be a Ward, which is this game’s version of a shield. After you equip it, you’ll get a notice that co-op and crossplay have been enabled.

Now press start and select the “Social” tab. From here you will want to hit “Find SHiFT Friends,” which then prompts you to input a person’s name. Enter your friend’s SHiFT name and then add them as your friend. You can now invite your friend into your game, regardless of what platform they are currently on. If you don’t have anyone to join, you can go to Matchmaking and then look for random people to join. Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands should match you with other players who are close to your current level.

You can also edit your profile’s status by pressing X (Xbox)/ Square (PlayStation) while in the Social menu. This will bring up a bunch of text options that will be displayed for those looking to play with others. These include phrases like Help Not Wanted, Faming Loot, and Main Quests. Finally, you can edit your group privacy by going back to the Start Menu and pressing Y (Xbox) / Triangle (PlayStation). A tab will drop down in the top right corner that allows you to make your group open to friends, private, or to anyone if you don’t mind random people joining.

Tiny Tinas Wonderlands Crossplay Coop

How to Enable Crossplay

Assuming you didn;t select the option when you were starting a new game, you can enable or disable crossplay by going opening up the Start Menu. From here, select “Options” and then navigate to the “Network and Social” tab. You should see an option to either turn this feature on or off depending on what you prefer. Since Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands doesn’t feature PVP, you won’t really need to worry about fighting against people using different inputs than yourself. I also recommend making sure Trade Requests is on, so you can easily swap loot with others you’re playing with. This is especially helpful if you select the Cooperation feature which has everyone getting their own individual loot.

Author: Deann Hawkins