The thing that bothers me the most about this interview is this little nibble here:
Conduit 2's all-new "horde mode," Invasion... which only allows for local team-ups.
That's where High Voltage runs afoul of Nintendo's rules. True-skill matchmaking is easy; parties are tough. Corso's pretty sure it's against regulations to team up in any online mode, but they did secure a waver to partly bypass it and to circumvent the sticky Wii Friend Code issues.
Please, tell me what you guys think. Maybe it just means that we won't get a party system that is usable in Invasion mode?
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