How Many Players Can Join Co-Op in Redfall

Time to squad up.

by Christian Bognar
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Redfall is a first-person shooter developed by Arkane Studios that features deadly vampires, monsters, and an open world for players to explore. Redfall also includes a co-op mode, where players will get the chance to complete a variety of activities and missions with their friends. But how many people can join co-op mode in Redfall? We have the answer for you.

Maximum Amount of Players Allowed in Redfall Co-Op

Redfall will feature a co-op mode allowing up to four players to join the fun. Better yet, the game will also feature crossplay, allowing players to join friends playing on a different system. For example, a PC player can squad with Xbox players and vice versa.

A total of four players for co-op in a game like Redfall is the perfect amount. This number makes sense considering that Redfall has four characters, making it possible for each joining the co-op session to play as a different character. If you want to play the same character as your friend, that is also allowed.

Related: All Voice Actors in Redfall: Full Voice Cast Explained.

Considering each individual has unique abilities that make a huge difference in surviving the world of Redfall, it seems wise to have every player in the co-op session choose separate characters. Each hero’s abilities are essential and play their role, so when you squad up in co-op, ensure each player is doing their part. Let’s review some of the abilities that will make teamwork necessary in co-op for Redfall.

All Heroes and Their Role in Redfall Co-Op

First, Devinder is a hero that focuses on crowd-controlling abilities through his inventions. At the same time, Jacob is an ex-military sharpshooter focusing on shooting vampires through a tactical perspective. Then you have Layla, a biomedical engineer with telekinesis powers that help players fly across the map and close the gap between enemies. And lastly, there’s Remi, a brilliant combat engineer who brings a robot companion onto the battlefield to gather intel and distract vampires.

- This article was updated on April 27th, 2023

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Christian has been a writer of Attack of the Fanboy for seven months and has covered Shadows of Rose, Witcher 3, Wild Hearts, and Redfall; his favorite genre is Survival Horror. He has a business degree but felt the need to take his love for video games to the gaming community. Outside of writing, you can find him listening to all types of podcasts, especially Always Sunny Podcast and Morbid True Crime.