Yes, yes, yes. I know. "Get it!? Solo mode!?! In a Star Wars game?!?" You're very clever for making the joke. Anyway, for those that find themselves with no other gamers about but they still want to get their Star Wars: Outer Rim fix, there's rules for playing solitaire-style, you versus the game. In this preview, we get a look at how that works.
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Chasing the stars can be a lonely existence for scoundrels across the galaxy. But even if you see no obstacles in your way, there are always competitors chasing your tail and trying to make a name for themselves. In the Outer Rim, safety is not guaranteed and danger lurks around every corner, and you never know who will betray you when you least expect it.
While Star Wars™: Outer Rim can see you battling up to three of your friends for fame and infamy, it can also be played in solo mode, letting you experience the wonders of the galaxy as you take on an opponent controlled by AI cards and goals. Can you overcome all obstacles and claim superiority at the edge of the galaxy?
Join us today as we take a look at solo play in Star Wars: Outer Rim, a board game of bounty hunters, mercenaries, and smugglers for 1-4 players!