Scottish clans are fiercely independent, priding themselves on their individuality and self sufficiency. For the most part they like to go about their business without the interference of other clans, and in turn, they don't meddle in the affairs of their neighbours. There comes a time however, where clans have to come together to fight a common enemy, and to protect the nation of Scotland. In times of war, Scottish clans invoke an ancient code that joins them together as brothers in arms. This code is known by the ancient Celtic words: “Co-op Multiplayer.”
As Alfredo travels the world on his mission of liberation, it becomes clear to him that he will need to invoke this code. That is why as of today, players of Defend the Highlands: World Tour will be able to join forces with their friends in the newly released Co-op Multiplayer game mode.
Working together will introduce a whole new element of strategy to the game. While two heads may be able to think twice as fast, it will also require coordination and teamwork, so communication is essential. Players share resources, but have exclusive control over their own Scotsmen, so will need to be able to respond to the dynamically changing game environment to support each other when needed.
For an independent Scotsman, this may be a challenge, but it's a challenge that any true Scotsman can rise to. And thus, we now invoke the ancient Scottish code of Co-op Multiplayer. For Scotland!