Rogue Company for Windows

  • Free
  • In English
  • V 1.0
  • 4.7
  • (29)
  • Security Status

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Free 4v4 multiplayer shooter

Rogue Company is a free-to-play multiplayer third-person shooter developed by First Watch Games and distributed by Hi-Rez Studios. The game offers full support for cross-platform and cross-progression play. It includes a scope of playable characters - alluded to as Rogues - with objective-based game modes and different guides. The primary group to finish their assignments and dispense with the most contenders wins. 

Is Rogue Company a Battle Royale?

Rogue Company is a third-person multiplayer that places major roles in the shoes of different top-mystery, tip-top soldiers of fortune from around the globe. As these soldiers of fortune, players will hop into a match with their weapon of their choosing and participate in different game modes to come out as the victor. Unlike normal multiplayer shooters, Rogue Company plays considerably more like strategic first-person shooters.

At first glance, Rogue Company is a lot like a strategic third-person shooter that plays similar to games like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive or Valorant. Prior to the beginning of a match, players will choose from a modest bunch of maverick specialists, each with their own exceptional capacities and look. At that point, players should spend on weapons before a game begins. 

Rogue Company's ongoing interaction is fundamentally the same as other strategy games. It also fuses numerous features generally found in battle royale titles,  such as being brought down by an adversary, resuscitating partners, and skimming into the guide to begin a game. The game then gives it a decent difference in pace from games of the same genre. 

How do you play Rogue Company?

Players participate in matches with numerous rounds; each round starts with the two groups skydiving from the airplane to the guide beneath, where they will be pitted against one another. Between matches, players may utilize cash earned from finishing assignments and taking out players in the past round to purchase and redesign weapons, hardware, and bonuses. Four modes are available in the game: Extraction, Strikeout, Demolition, and Wingman. 

Extraction is a 4v4 game mode, where the victor of a round is resolved once all players in a group have been killed. In Strikeout, players can return subsequent to being killed. However, they have a set number of respawns in each round. Destruction is a 4v4 mode where one group must plant a bomb inside a period limit. Partner is the only 2v2 game mode. 

Rogue Company's shootouts are quite snappy; rolling can be a lifeline on the off chance that you think somebody is waiting for you around a corner. After it's all said and done, the game is a bit lenient because your partners can revive you when you're down. Forcing your rivals to fight for ranking is crucial. In contrast to some other famous shooters, each character in Rogue Company is restricted to a decision of two essential weapons explicit to them. 

Fast-paced, compact 4v4 shooter game 

Rogue Company is a shooter game that is extremely easy to play. Matches move rapidly enough, which urges you to attempt different strategies or techniques. The capabilities, in addition to the speed of battle, leave for fulfilling gunfights. As usual, it will boil down to a solid player base, updates, and how microtransactions are eventually taken care of to perceive how well Rogue Company can build itself as a serious multiplayer game.


  • Support for cross-platform and cross-progression
  • Elements of battle royale and third-person shooters
  • Offers numerous game modes
  • Substantial playable characters


  • Restrictive weapon system

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Rogue Company for PC

  • Free
  • In English
  • V 1.0
  • 4.7
  • (29)
  • Security Status

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