Multiple character control

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Multiple character control is an emerging feature of role-playing video games where the player controls multiple characters in real-time.

Console games[edit]

PlayStation 2 was the first to pick up this feature with the Summoner series and Dynasty Warriors series.

PC games[edit]

Four computer games have implemented this feature, all free massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs): 2029, Eudemons Online, Granado Espada and Kingdom Heroes. Both Granado Espada and Kingdom Heroes have Automatic character training/AFK Leveling, and thus require high computer specifications.

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