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News guides 11 October 2023, 11:03

author: Damian Gacek

The Front - Single Player Mode Explained

In this guide we will talk about single player mode in The Front. Read our article to learn more.

Source: The Front, developer: Samar Studio

"The Front" immerses players in a post-apocalyptic open world teeming with mutants and adversarial factions. Facing imperial forces, exiles, thugs, and rebels, gamers will shape the destiny of humankind. The game offers extensive activities, from constructing bases and deploying tower-defense traps to crafting. Engaging in raids on enemy strongholds and managing agricultural systems are also key features. Exploration spans diverse landscapes, including deserts and snow-covered territories, allowing players to scavenge, secure blueprints, and acquire airdrops to enhance their strategic position. The game advertises itself as a great title for many players with tags on Steam such as MMO, Online PvP and online Co-op. And what about people who want to play on their own? Is there single player mode? Let’s find out.

Hosting dedicated/private servers problems in The Front

You can play in The Front alone as a single player, at least theoretically. In the post explaining server status, developers also informed that it will be possible to host your own servers:

Solo/Hosted servers: You will be able to use your PC to set up a server featuring customizable content such as the server name, description, and various in-game parameters rules. To play with your friends, simply set a password for the server and invite them to join.

Sadly, at this moment numerous gamers report issues with this feature not functioning correctly. However, there's some relief in knowing that developers are aware of the problem, as indicated on the Discord server, and are actively addressing it:

We are aware of that Steam CMD Client is not applicable at the moment, we will keep working on it!

It's evident that The Front's launch has encountered challenges, likely due to its unexpectedly high popularity. Nevertheless, even major games with substantial budgets often face server issues during their releases. We must be patient as developers work on resolving these problems.

Damian Gacek

Damian Gacek

Graduate of English Philology and English in Public Communication. His portfolio includes a scientific article on video game translation. Working with since 2019, writing for various departments. Currently, deals with guides and occasionally supports the newsroom. Interested in electronic entertainment since childhood. Loves RPGs and strategies, often also immersing himself in the depths of indie games. In his free time, works on a book and learns film editing.


The Front

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