Solo players can now skip squads in Call of Duty: Warzone


Solo mode is live for battle royale

If there's one criticism I've seen pop up for Call of Duty: Warzone above literally all else, it's that many of you want to ditch the stubborn randoms and just play alone. At launch, the free-to-play battle royale game corralled players into trios, but starting today, there's a solo-queue option for lone-wolf types.

Just look for "Battle Royale Solos" on the Warzone menu, wait to drop, and tear up Verdansk. You might not take the top spot, but at least you won't have to worry about teammates who only want to do their own thing and never, under any circumstances, try to communicate what that "thing" is. Cut 'em loose.

Some 15 million players have tried Call of Duty: Warzone as of March 13, 2020, so yeah, this game is going places. I can only see that figure skyrocketing over the next few cooped-up months.

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