Black Ops Cold War and Call of Duty Warzone have now combined.
The integration between the two games has propelled some of the Cold War weapons to the top of the chart within Warzone.
The new Rebirth Island map has been a hit among players, as it offers a fast-paced environment in comparison to Verdansk.
While skill-based matchmaking (SBMM) is still present within the game, you may be looking to face some easier competition over the course of your matches.
Here's how to find easier competition in Warzone.
According to content creator Raratoman, players have been using a method that guarantees them dropping into an easier lobby.
By reverse boosting, the method uses a website that shows the average K/D ratio of a lobby along with other factors that determine the difficulty of the lobby.
To reverse boost, you need two accounts. The first one is the one you use all the time and the second is a new account that has never played Warzone.
Use the new account to host a lobby, join it, and load into a game.
Once you're in the pre-game lobby, leave the game with your new account and you will find yourself in an easy lobby.
For more details, check out the video here.
It is hard to say how players can find easier competition when dropping into a Warzone match
We know that there is skill-based matchmaking implemented within Warzone and the multiplayer component of the two games.
This takes into consideration your overall performance in certain lobbies.
Aspects such as K/D ration and win percentage are all taken into consideration when playing Warzone.
So, the better you perform over the course of a few Warzone matches, the likelihood of running into high-skilled players will increase.
Therefore, if you are looking to get into easier lobbies, you will have to be playing worse for a prolonged period of time
This may be infuriating to some of you, but it can lead to some easier matches in the long run!
Let us know if you have tried this method out and how it has gone!