The Front is an open-world sandbox survival game set in a post-apocalyptic world. Like many games in the genre, you can join other players in multiplayer servers. However, the question remains: Can you play solo offline in The Front? Find your answer here in our guide.
Can You Play Solo Offline in The Front? Answered
When you load up a game in The Front, you’re immediately presented with server options. Among them, you can browse servers, create a dedicated server, or create a solo/hosted game. Despite the ability to create a solo/hosted game, you’ll still need an internet connection to play. So, no, you can’t play solo offline in The Front. While you can load up the game offline, if you attempt to create or join a preexisting solo server, you’ll get a “Failed to obtain game platform information” error.
How to Play Solo in The Front
Playing solo is pretty straightforward in The Front. You’ll simply need to create a solo/hosted game server. You can control all settings of your solo server or stick with the standard setup. However, for solo servers, you must keep the PvE setting enabled, or the server will be wiped after 45 days. Additionally, you can have multiple solo servers at a time. I recommend you experiment with having multiple servers and exploring the different spawn points throughout the map.
Can You Invite Friends to Solo Server in The Front?
If you’ve changed your mind about playing solo, you can easily invite your friends to join your solo/hosted server at any time. You’ll just need to provide them with the password for logging in through the server’s browser. Notably, unless you set up and pay for a dedicated server, the solo/hosted server will go offline once you do.
Well, that answers if you can play solo offline in The Front. Stay tuned for more tips, tricks, and walkthroughs at our TF guides hub here.