Asked by: Jack England, Dorchester
Any modern PC has plenty of available processing power to handle multiple players but the PC architecture isn’t designed to support more than one keyboard or mouse connected at once.
Games that allow several players to share the same keyboard do exist but they are rare.
The games industry obviously believes that PCs are for lone gamers and consoles for playing with your mates.
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