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How to Disable Crossplay in Warzone 2


Are Call of Duty: Warzone 2's menus making it hard to disable crossplay? Don't worry, we've put together a guide that'll make the process easier for you.

Over the last couple of years, crossplay between all gaming platforms has become a highly implemented feature for most multiplayer titles. This has given players the opportunity to game with friends using other platforms and has helped foster a more connected community within franchises enabling it.

Although there is plenty of good to come from this, unfair matchmaking can appear as a result. PC gamers benefit from more precise aiming setups while console players are typically granted greater aim assist options. This can lead to many arguments online against both sides. Luckily, players can forego having to go up against other platform users by disabling the crossplay feature completely.

How to Disable Crossplay in Warzone 2

Crossplay can be turned off and on without much hassle in Warzone 2. It is important to note that disabling crossplay will affect all online aspects. Differing platform users won't be bothering you, but this also means that you won't be able to play with friends on other consoles.

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In order to disable crossplay, players will first need to navigate to the Account and Network section of the game's settings. Once you find yourself in that section, the first option will be "Crossplay" in the "Online" section. Make sure to click on this option. Doing this will turn off crossplay functionality for you.

Now that you're free of crossplay in Warzone 2, make sure to check the following DBLTAP articles that will give you knowledge you need to dominate online leaderboards.