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This is getting sad... Like I said many times, I want to know exactly which modes belongs to which category, I know a few but I can't figure all. Again, because I have already said this, all videos Ive seen so far showed ffa modes. There must be 4 or 3 TO modes, and 5 or 6 TD.
At first, you wanted to know which modes belonged to Team Deathmatch, and the ones for Team Objectives. Then after that, you wanted to know the 'rules' for splitscreen and private matches. Throughout the topic, you changed your own question, creating confusion dude.
Seeing as how split-screen is 4 people only, theres probably no teams. Even if the game allowed 2v2 or 3v1, its highly unlikely that there will be any objectives to put into your splitscreen match. ((Capture the Flag, Annexation and such))
Private Matches online however have the same amount of customization as 4 player splitscreen ((iirc)). And since theres more then 4 people, objective type modes are most likely allowed. ((Just like in The Conduit)).
Split-screen, and Online Private matches are totally, completely customizable as to how the HOST wants to play. There is no game mode to play, because the rules can be changed and tweaked to however the host wants. Like Kill limit, time limit, how many captures and so forth.
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The_Shader posted... Seeing as how split-screen is 4 people only, theres probably no teams. Even if the game allowed 2v2 or 3v1, its highly unlikely that there will be any objectives to put into your splitscreen match. ((Capture the Flag, Annexation and such))
Actually, it's been confirmed multiple times that all of the modes in the online game will be included in splitscreen.
WGTC: Conduit 2 supports 1-4 player split-screen correct? The first game didn’t support split screen because you wanted the “Best looking game on the Wii”. Is it more familiarity with the technology that allowed it to be accomplished this time? Will there be losses to the graphics or framerate because of split-screen?
KH: [...] Splitscreen multiplayer also features the same compliment of maps and modes as its online counterpart. [...]
There are more, but I'm far too lazy to find them.