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I wanted to say Wolfenstein Youngblood, as even though it had mixed reception it was designed specifically as a co-op game, but apparently it doesn't allow split-screen, only online co-op. Ain't that some ingenuity...

This is the modern gaming world I'm afraid. If it's that important to you and you'd rather not be limited to only retro games/consoles or niche titles, you may as well just rearrange your room to have two separate setups side-by-side. That's the best you can really do in these times.

Edit: While I was mucking around seems someone already beat me to my point.