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Hello,

How can you play this game online in co-op?
We tried to add it as a non-steam game but even though it has steammatchmaking it doesn't work at all, because it doesn't seem to be able to add friends, nor finding people who uses steammatchmaking.
We also tried Hamachi but that doesn't seem to work either...

Is there any suggestions as how to make this playable in co-op online?
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I'm almost positive I've read it IS Coop. I don't have this on Steam either and considering buying during this sale and would like to know as well. isn't there Coop, possibly using GOG Galaxy?


Thanks
Post edited October 16, 2015 by Augmenti
Online functionality was taken out of the GOG SR3 release.

At this time, the only way you can play coop SR3 on Windows is by using the actual Steam version.
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WingedKagouti: Online functionality was taken out of the GOG SR3 release.

At this time, the only way you can play coop SR3 on Windows is by using the actual Steam version.
What do you mean by taken out?
If you mean, those Games used to use GameSpy for Online Multiplayer which shut down in 2013, that's not taken out by GoG - and why would they take out LAN Capability for Multiplayer which allows us to revert back to using Hamachi and other VPN Tools to play the GoG Release over virtual LAN?
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WingedKagouti: Online functionality was taken out of the GOG SR3 release.

At this time, the only way you can play coop SR3 on Windows is by using the actual Steam version.
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BlackSun: What do you mean by taken out?
If you mean, those Games used to use GameSpy for Online Multiplayer which shut down in 2013, that's not taken out by GoG - and why would they take out LAN Capability for Multiplayer which allows us to revert back to using Hamachi and other VPN Tools to play the GoG Release over virtual LAN?
SR2 had GameSpy.

SR3 (which is what the OP was asking about) never had any integration with GameSpy.
SR3s Menu Options are still there for Multiplayer, and the Store Page lists Multiplayer and Coop, as well.

As far as I know, even if the Multiplayer Servers are down / disconnected because they used to be Steams Servers / whatever other Reason, the LAN Part of Multiplayer still works, and with a VPN Tool like Hamachi you can play Online Multiplayer just fine then, too.

So then, what did GoG take out here exactly?
Post edited October 24, 2015 by BlackSun
Galaxy and Standard installer have a 32MB difference... they are running different versions/files