The Black Ops Cold War beta will kick off this weekend, and Treyarch has made some changes to the in-game HUD Settings.
You'll now be able to customise it to your liking, including removing your teammate's health bars.
Black Ops Cold War: Hide Teammates' Health Bars
In the new HUD settings, you're able to make the game as clean-looking as you'd like.
You can remove hit markers, player names, and even the crosshairs that show where you're aiming if you feel brave.
The setting we're looking for, however, is "Ally Health Bars".
Turning this off will mean you won't see how much punishment your comrades take, and you can switch off the enemy health bars, too.
If you're jumping in this weekend, the developers have promised a big step up from the Alpha.
You can read our impressions of the Alpha here.
In other news, Modern Warfare Season 6 is here, although it's still a sizeable download.
Black Ops: Cold War featured heavily in the PS5 showcase we saw last month, but there may be some things that you missed.
We also know that the game's version of Warzone will still be set in Verdansk.
Then there's the seemingly inevitable Modern Warfare Season 7, which we've rounded up all the latest news for here.