Party Animals is the latest in a series of party games where players take on the roles of mischievous characters to either help or hinder their fellow players in various scenarios.
It was released earlier this week, and while many have a positive outlook on it, it has also received criticism for an error in the game’s description.
Paw it out with your friends both online and offline.
In short, the sentence suggests that the game can be played offline, but the catch is that it is not the case. In a post on Steam, the developers respond to the criticism, explaining that it was a translation error, as they are from China. What they actually wanted to convey was that the game supports multiplayer both online and locally on the same screen.
However, even when playing locally, you still need to be connected to the internet, and they also state that they have no plans to add an offline mode.