Not talking about scramble mode where all 4 characters are on screen at once.
The game supports the ability for 2 players to play on the same team each controlling one character with control swapping between players when their character is tagged in or out. This opens the possibility for 2v2 matches.
What I find most interesting about this concept is the fact it forces you to work with a teammate and allows for one player to analyze things and view the match a spectator for a moment when they aren’t actively playing. Not only does this completely change how mind games work (thanks to the partner relationship and having two different players with different play styles) but you also have to work with your teammate to recognize your teammates patterns and actions so you can know when they are going to tag you in.
Obviously the standard 1v1 gameplay that the game was designed for is going to be the main stage for any tournament. But do you guys think that true two on two tournaments could be a viable option? Both from a gameplay perspective, but also from a tournament running perspective (twice the button checks, ect ect.)