Rogue Company Game Modes: What Games Modes Are Available?

Rogue Company's closed beta is available now to players that pre-order.
Rogue Company's closed beta is available now to players that pre-order. / Courtesy of Hi-Rez Studios

Rogue Company is an upcoming character-based third-person shooter developed by First Watch Games and published by Hi-Rez Studios, publisher of Smite and Tribes: Ascend. Rogue Company does not yet have a release date but its closed beta, available to players that pre-order, is available.

Rogue Company is a multiplayer-only objective-based game. The game is visually similar to Valorant but is an over-the-shoulder cover shooter with dodge rolling, shoulder swapping, and going "down but not out".

It is coming to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch and the closed beta is now available on all those platforms. To access the beta players must pre-order the game, which has three different packs priced at $14.99, $39.99, and $59.99. To see gameplay, click below for Rogue Company's closed beta launch livestream.

Rogue Company Game Modes

There are currently three Rogue Company game modes announced:

Demolition (4-v-4)

Demolition is considered "Rogue Company's premier competitive mode". In Demolition, an attacking team attempts to plant a bomb at one of two sites that the defending team is protecting.

Strikeout (4-v-4)

Strikeout is deemed Rogue Company's "most casual mode". Strikeout is a respawn mode where teams have a limited numbers of lives. Players can control an objective or eliminate enemies to reduce remaining lives.

Extraction (4-v-4)

Extraction is a mode where teams fight for control of changing objectives throughout the map. Extraction isn't currently playable in the beta.

Along with the officially announced modes, there are also rumors of a 2-vs-2 mode called Wingman. Expect more information when the game receives an official release date.