At the moment, the newly-launched Call of Duty: Warzone Battle Royale, a 150 player, free-to-play game is set up to play in teams of three. I’m sure somewhere down the line, we’ll get the solo and doubles options, as well as additional modes to add to Warzone and Plunder, and no doubt we’ll get new maps in addition to the Verdansk map or at the very least it will evolve.
For now though, it’s very much a game for more than just one. So what if you want to go into the Verdansk on your lonesome?
Well, there is a simple work around for those of you who don’t want to be bothered by others. All you need to do is this: before starting a match, make sure you select the “Don’t Fill” option in the “Squad Fill” section via your lobby screen, before entering the matchmaking process. Then you should all be set to go in all John Rambo, Han Solo!
Of course, with the Call of Duty: Warzone modes currently only being set-up to accommodate teams of three, you will be at a pretty major disadvantage (and that’s putting it mildly!) But I’m sure there are many players up to the task and as Barney Stinson would say in comedy sitcom How I Met Your Mother: “challenge accepted!”
The newly-released Warzone is already ticking all the right boxes with its many, many players.
Speaking of the new game on the Activision blog, the company writes: “Call of Duty: Warzone is a new free-to-play, massive combat experience from the world of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare®. And we mean massive: Warzone delivers a huge gaming experience for up to 150 players in the incredibly expansive map of Verdansk.”
Confirmed vehicles for Call of Duty: Warzone include the ATV, Tactical Rover, SUV, Cargo Truck and Helicopter. The map itself is roughly four times the size of Blackout, and will support up to 150 players per match.
Will you be trying out Call of Duty: Warzone on your lonesome or perhaps you already have?
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