Chivalry 2 is out now, allowing players to spar it out in large-scale online medieval battles. You'll use swords, maces, crossbows and more to decimate the opposing forces, with a deep combat system to learn and master. It's a multiplayer-focused affair, boasting 64-player deathmatches and objective-focused modes, but there are a few things you can do singleplayer.
Given that this will likely be the jumping on point for many, we wanted to detail what you can play singleplayer in Chivalry 2, and what you'll need to head online for. We'll detail the game's singleplayer functionality in this guide, and take a look at whether or not there is a campaign you can play.
Does Chivalry 2 Have a Singleplayer Campaign?
Let's take a look at whether or not Chivalry 2 has a singleplayer campaign or not. There is no dedicated campaign that you can play through solo. Chivalry 2 only offers competitive match-style modes. There's team deathmatches, objective based modes and a practise mode as well, but nothing you'd associate with a story-focused campaign.
So What Can You Play Singleplayer
If you're looking to play Chivalry 2 solo then your options are very limited. There's a short tutorial that shows you how to play when you log in, and a practise mode. The practise mode can be played solo, essentially filling the matches with bots to play with. This is a perfectly fine way to play the game, though you'll likely want more of a challenge eventually.
That's what Chivalry 2's singleplayer functionality amounts to. We'll be adding more guides for the game now that it has gone live. Stay tuned for more help with Chivalry 2.