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Call of Duty: Warzone May Add Private Matches Soon

Infinity Ward is working on private match lobbies for Call of Duty: Warzone and probably will reveal soon.

With increasing file size of each update, free-to-play battle royale game Call of Duty: Warzone by developer Infinity Ward and Raven Software, in association with publisher Activision is off to a new season of content across all platforms.

A long-requested feature that is already supported in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare multiplayer online mode, Warzone is much likely to add private matches very soon and allow everyone to create lobbies and play with invited friends.

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Call of Duty: Warzone May Add Private Matches Soon


According to reports, some players were able to access private matches lately in Call of Duty: Warzone. Using a glitch, not only did they manage to reach private lobby menu but also get to launch a custom match quite successfully.

Like many other popular multiplayer games, Warzone will possibly let people to arrange private matches and adjust other notable settings such as determine circle size, player health, allowing revives and tactical sprinting in game rules.


Upon managing to get into a private match, Twitter users DetectiveWaffle shared a photo on social media.



Though getting together in privately hosted lobbies will let you enjoy a lot of independence of how you want to play, you will not be able to earn XP or unlock any Battle Pass progression and weapons by taking part in custom matches.

However, major eSports organizers often love to arrange multiplayer game tournaments within private lobbies due to having control. Small gathering of friends get together in private matches to get good or practice at their own comfort.


Outside of private lobbies, Warzone has recently included a new subway system for transport in Season 6 patch. Latest recruit in battle royale mode are Operators Farah Karim and Nikolai, pulled from Modern Warfare story campaign.

Infinity Ward and Activision has yet to officially reveal when private matches feature for Call of Duty: Warzone will finally arrive for everyone. Since it was accessible in-game of late strongly suggests that an announcement is coming soon.

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