There is a solo campaign mode in Back 4 Blood, but it has been found that this is essentially a cheat mode that disables progress and achievements.
Once you are into the game and are hoping to get some time with a solo mode, you will need to be content with the decision that you won’t make any progress in this mode, and the achievements are disabled.
What’s Included In Solo Campaign For Back 4 Blood
Here’s what the solo mode description reads in the game.
- Uses solo decks created in the Fort Deck help menu.
- Maps and objectives will be adjusted.
- Matchmaking and player invites are disabled.
- Earning supply points is disabled.
- Stat tracking is disabled.
- Earning progress towards accomplishments is disabled.
The game is primarily a multiplayer co-op experience but the solo mode was promoted as a way to play the game offline. In any other mode, you will be connected to the servers and get into matchmaking either with a friend or to other online users.
If you are wondering about the campaign, it is divided into 4 acts with 10 missions in total and 33 chapters. The game is available on day one for Xbox Game Pass subscribers so if you want to check it, get it through Game Pass first and determine the quality of the final product.
It appears that developers have also taken notice of the criticism, and while they haven’t done anything, they do state that they are looking into the issue.