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Can you Play Redfall Solo? – Answered

well, can you?

by Jesse Vitelli

Redfall, the vampire-hunting game from Arkane Austin is out and about. It focuses around four player co-op with friends and family, but what if you want to experience this adventure by yourself? Can you play Redfall solo? We have the answer for you below.

Can you Play Redfall Solo? – Answered

Yes, Redfall can be played entirely solo if you choose to. You’ll still need to have an online connection in order to play the game, but at no point in the entire game will you be required to play with other players.

Redfall is significantly easier with other players as the character abilities can synergize together to create opportunities and openings in the enemy defenses, but a single player with a shotgun can also do a lot of work.

Related: How to Fast Travel in Redfall

If you’re playing solo, we recommend carrying a Stake Launcher because it can deal with pesky vampires in one or two hits, making it the ideal weapon for players. A trusty shotgun, Stake Launcher, and third weapon of your choosing can make playing single-player a breeze.

Redfall does not have matchmaking, so if you decide to play multiplayer at any point, you’ll need to find other players to team up with on your own; the game won’t help you out in that regard.

That being said, Redfall is easy enough to finish on your own, just make sure to hit up the safehouse and historical landmarks so you have plenty of respawn areas and fast travel points in case you die, because no one will be around to revive you.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about if you can play Redfall solo, for more tips, tricks, and guides, stay right here at Prima Games. Here’s how to unlock safehouse, which you’ll need on your journey to defeating the vampire bosses of Redfall.

About The Author

Jesse Vitelli

Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him thinking about his ever-expanding backlog of games he won't play and being constantly dehydrated. Do not contact him.

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