We've all been there before. You've got your games ready. Drinks. Snacks. Everything's set out. Then, the messages start coming in. "Sorry, can't make it." "Maybe next time." "Work called in last minute." "I got trapped in an alternate dimension." So, you're gonna be all alone for Game Night. But that doesn't mean you can't get your game on. Arkham Horror: Final Hour comes with a Solo Mode. Get a look at it in this preview.
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Another day, another fight to save humanity from the powers of the Mythos. Or so it would seem. As an Arkham investigator, you have learned secrets of this world that would drive others mad, you have stared into the many faces of evil, and you have emerged triumphant time and again, keeping your home and its citizens safe. But not this time. This time, you have arrived too late. The eldritch rite has already been completed and the world around you erupts into chaos. Monsters break through the fabric of reality and—if you do not hurry to reverse the summoning—the end of the world is inevitable.
Arkham Horror: Final Hour is a fully cooperative game that asks investigator to work together to hold back the monstrous horde and uncover the clues that will lead them to undoing the eldritch rite, but you may find yourself in a situation where you are completely, utterly alone. Even then, though, not all hope is lost.
Today, we offer you a closer look at the solo play mechanics for Arkham Horror: Final Hour—now available for pre-order at your local retailer or online through our website with free shipping within the continental United States!