Playing Death Road To Canada On The Nintendo Switch

Rachel Mii | DoubleJump.comHappy Tuesday!

Death Road to Canada is a game Kris and I discovered through YouTube and bought on Steam. It’s a fun game and we’ve played it a couple of times, but now that it’s on the Nintendo Switch, we had the chance to play with friends.

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We’ve been doing better getting together with a couple of gaming friends who, due to life, we don’t normally see often. We’ve been trying to get together once a month for a game night and, so far, we’ve been doing pretty well at it.

This time we played Death Road to Canada on the Nintendo Switch. It was hard since the game only allows for 2-players at a time and there’s 4 of us. Plus, you can have 4 people in your party in the game but for some reason, it only allows for 2 human players.

And there’s no online or local co-op. So, we had three Switches set up, my friend and I on his Switch and Kris and our other friend on our Switch.

It worked well enough, but I’ll admit we didn’t play for more than 2 hours. We found ourselves getting distracted by each other’s games and trying to watch the other team play.

Next time, I think we’ll just pass the controllers around and mix and match teams of 2 and see who can make it the farthest.

It was fun to play with someone other than Kris, though. Kris and I play games together all the time and we know each other’s tricks and gaming routines. It was fun to play with our friends and see how they would handle certain situations.

I’m looking forward to playing the game with them again, but I do hope in the future, the game allows for 4 players or online co-op. That would be ideal.

Have you played Death Road to Canada on the Nintendo Switch yet? What are your thoughts on it? Let me know in the comments below!

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