Capcom has just launched an open beta program for Resident Evil Revelations 2, via which players can gain access to the local split-screen co-op mode (that was cut from the initial release). As the company noted, PC gamers can enjoy local split-screen co-op in both Campaign and Raid modes.
As Capcom claimed, there are still some known issues that have not been resolved as of yet (which is why this is a beta program and not an official ‘final’ patch). For example, Menu option and UI elements specific to co-op mode aren’t implemented in this build. Moreover, the Split screen mode requires two game controllers supporting XInput such as the Xbox 360/Xbox One game pad (those using DualShock or other non-XInput device may need to resort to XInput emulation software).