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I have 2 answers for you, If you are just attempting to play a starcraft custom game then just go to the custom game section, select the game you wish to play and click on the create private game button, then just set all the players to AI's and go.
If however you are trying to create a game with that setting you can go to the "map" button in the menu tab (with the file, edit, view, etc...) then scroll down to "game variant" when you click on it then (it should be in the game type tab) click on mode and set it to single player
this last part assumes that you know how to make a custom game variant, if not let me know and I will tutorial that as well.
When I was learning the game variants section I looked for tutorials online and in this case I found one that actually did help quite a bit:
This tutorial basically just shows you what all of the gizmos in the game variant section do, but the basics of what you want to do is this:
Uncheck the "use default variants" in the lower left corner of the pop up, then you click the add button to create a new custom variant. Make sure you are in the game type tab and then in the "mode" section, set that to single player (this will make it specifically so that the only real player is you, all other players would automatically be AI slots only)
Picking the difficulty is in the "Player Attributes" section, on the right hand side as a checkbox, as long as that box is UNCHECKED you should be able to pick the difficulty level in the game lobby.
does this help?
@kane Not in the custom game area.....
Although pretty I'm sure there's a map (in arcade, of course) where you play as the hyperion. And search up "Godland" it's really fun. It's basically your god and you can summon any unit in sc2 and playing as god they give you like 6-10 completely overpowered custom units that aren't actually real.
But to answer your question kane, no there's no place for campaign out of the campaign.
Your friend must have a version of StarCraft 2 installed and running. Then you have to be friends with them through StarCraft (or any other Blizzard game). Once you've done this and you're proper "friends," the two of you can play together by inviting your friend to a "Party." The party leader selects the game (be it Ranked, Unranked, Co-op vs AI, Custom Game, et cetera) and you guys can just jump in.
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