GamerLimit: "So… single player. Well let's be honest with each other Chromehounds was designed specifically to be a multiplayer game and is not afraid to show it but it's single player holds some fun-factor as well. You start off as a rookie mercenary learning the basics of each class, or RT, of HOUND. Once you learn the basics of each RT( Soldier, Sniper, Defender, Gunner, Commander, Scout ) you go on to do each classes' respective missions. Each class has its own bracket, so you'll never be playing a Soldier mission then get blindsided with a random Gunner mission. The missions consist of destroying the enemy, tracking then destroying an enemy, destroying buildings or fighting another HOUND or three. Basically the single player acts as a giant tutorial for multiplayer, you can unlock some weapons for use in multiplayer, and some EXP for different RTs, but basically all the single player story does is set you up for the massive online war that is multiplayer."