Players’ reactions to Redfall by Arkane Studios have been mostly negative, (read here for our review roundup). Those who decided to go ahead and buy the game anyway have been facing issues, one of them plaguing the co-op mode. Some players have been unable to play Redfall multiplayer co-op with their friends.
If you are facing a similar issue where Redfall’s multiplayer is not working, you can try fixing it yourself by doing the following:
- Ensure each participant has a solid internet connection.
- Make sure every player is using the same game version.
- Ensure that the most recent updates and patches are installed on your console or computer.
- Verify that your network firewall’s ports are all open.
- Try rebooting the computer, console, or game.
How to fix Redfall’s multiplayer mode
Redfall supports co-op play for up to four people as well as solo play. The game is primarily intended for co-op play, with encounters and character interactions optimized for multiple players. Furthermore, many game abilities are most effective when combined with those of other characters.
However, a lot of players are unable to play with their friends due to the “Redfall Multiplayer Not Working” issue. Fortunately, there is an easy fix for this issue apart from the abov-mentioned points. To enable co-op play, first-time users must choose the “host game” option on the title screen. Second, gamers ought to engage in some solo gaming, working their way through the game until they unlock the base at a certain point. After this, players should be able to join and play with other players in the game.
This approach has been successful for a number of gamers, and it could be successful for you as well. Try it out and let us know in the comments if it works!