Bethesda’s Raidfall is being sold as an exciting new co-op shooter, but can single players still pick up the game? Here’s everything you need to know about Raidfall single-player.
Redfall, the brand new shooter from Dishonored developers Arkane Studios, drops players into a titanic city infested with vampires. Throughout the main story, fans will unlock powerful abilities and weapons to help them deal with increasingly dangerous enemies.
Since its first reveal, Redfall has been billed as a game that excels as a co-op experience, benefiting from its release on Xbox Game Pass and full crossplay support. But what does this mean for those who want to experience Redfall for themselves?
Here’s everything you need to know about Raidfall single-player.
Can you play Raidfall solo?
Redfall can be played solo from start to finishThere’s no need to team up with other players if you don’t want to. Single-player users will have access to the exact same quests, weapons, and skills as those who bring friends along.
Despite being built around co-op, players don’t have to do random quests if they don’t have a full team of four. devs wanted to make sure Redfall still has an enjoyable story, even when she’s dealing with her trials alone.
That being said, it’s worth noting that Redfall is primarily for a squad of friends, using teamwork and each character’s various abilities to make it through the many combat encounters and missions.
So while the game can be completed alone, it is recommended to bring a friend along for the ride in order to get the most out of it.
Don’t worry though, co-op is seamless in Redfall, so you can invite a friend over at any time if you need help with a difficult mission or want to mix things up. Just be sure to note that story progress only applies to the host player, which means if you join another season you’ll have to start where you left off.
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