Redfall, Bethesda’s supernatural shooter coming May 2 for Xbox Series and PC, which will also be part of Game Pass, requires a 24-hour internet connection for limited single-player players.
In previously posted instructions Bethesda reports Players must be online not only for the co-op mode, but also for the single player. Additionally, a Bethesda.net account is required to play the game. To play Redfall, players must link their Bethesda account to their Steam or Xbox account.
Nowadays, there are essential single player games that require such a means of control, as is the case, for example, with the PC version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 remaster, which came out in 2020. This was also the case with For Honor single player, which came out in February 2017.
There are also games that do not require a stable internet connection in single player and are limited to periodic checks. The requirement of a constant Internet connection is particularly critical, as issues with the publisher’s or developer’s servers or the shutdown of those servers can mean that playing becomes impossible.
Recently during Microsoft’s Developer_Direct live broadcast, it became clear that Redfall It appears on May 2. The shooter mainly focuses on co-op and is open to up to four players, but the story can also be played alone. In the game, players are stranded in the village of Redvale Island, Massachusetts, USA. The village is attacked by vampires, after which they seal off the island, blocking all sunlight. The game will consist of four characters, each with specific and sometimes supernatural characteristics and powers.
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