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You Can Drop Solo In 'Call Of Duty: Warzone'... But You Will Die

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You Can Drop Solo In 'Call Of Duty: Warzone'... But You Will Die

Call Of Duty: Warzone is now available as a free-to-play standalone experience for all players on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. At the moment, the game boasts two modes - Battle Royale and Plunder. Both support 150 players, and require you to work in squads of up to three people.

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I'm all for forming a trifecta to win the day, but if you were following the leaks and rumours leading up the release of Warzone, you'll probably remember that there was also a lot of talk regarding solos and duos. So where are these options? The game has only just launched of course, and there are plenty of reasons the development teams at Infinity Ward and Raven Software might have decided to release Warzone with trios only.

I'd also imagine the option to play solo or with one other player will be coming somewhere down the line, but what do players who want to go it alone in Warzone do in the meantime? As it turns out, there is a way to drop solo, or even as part of a duo... but it's not really an official option, and you'd put putting yourself at a major disadvantage.

Credit: Activision
Credit: Activision
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As GameSpot reports, you can ditch trios and forge ahead on your own by following a few simple steps. All you need to do is select "Don't Fill" in the Squad Fill section of your lobby screen, before going into matchmaking. This should allow you to drop into the Verdansk map alone or with just one partner. Again though, this probably isn't the best idea unless you're really confident in your skills.

The reason why should be obvious. Just because you've dropped solo doesn't mean the other 149 players have. You'd be diving into a battle royale where you're fighting alone against multiple squads of three. Simple math would suggest that the odds would not be in your favour in such a scenario, but if you really hate the idea of teamwork or just want a challenge, I guess do what you want.

I'm not saying it's impossible to win a match all by your lonesome. In fact, I wouldn't be that surprised if somebody out there already has. What I am saying is that unless you're really, really good at Call Of Duty, I'd probably just for Activision to release some kind of official solo mode so you have a fair shot.

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Topics: Modern Warfare, Infinity Ward, Warzone, Call of Duty, Battle Royale, Activision

Ewan Moore
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