Bethesda’s Pete Hines claims Redfall will certainly please followers of Arkane’s single-player games

“If you wanna play a game by yourself and get a great Arkane story, you can absolutely do that,” Hines claims

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Bethesda advertising SVP Pete Hines believes that while Redfall was constructed for multiplayer, it will not dissatisfy followers of games like Dishonored, Prey, and also Deathloop that are trying to find one more single-player journey from designer Arkane.

Hines discussed Redfall‘s solo experience throughout a meeting at today’s expanded Xbox display, acting on current remarks from Arkane Austin manager Harvey Smith about Redfall not being a “Left 4 Dead-like.”

“It’s a first-person shooter that you can play solo or with up to four players,” Hines stated. “So immediately, you might say, well, it’s not a single-player game, it must be wildly different. And don’t get me wrong, there’s absolutely ways in which it is different. But I think when folks play the game and even when they see more of the game, I think they’ll start to see all those things about an Arkane game that they love and appreciate … If you wanna play a game by yourself and get a great Arkane story, you can absolutely do that in Redfall. 

“But you can additionally do points that you have not had the ability to carry out in an Arkane game,” Hines continued, ” like experience it with good friends and also learn just how the entire can come to be higher than the amount of the components by playing off each personality’s capacities … You virtually are gon na wish to attempt and also play Redfall a number of various means. You may wish to play it on your own a bit, play it with others, and also it’s a game that enables you to do either or both of those points.”

The previous Xbox display saw the launch of a brand-new, blood-soaked gameplay trailer for Redfall.



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