Season 1 of Warzone Pacific is well underway, much to the excitement of the community that continues to drop into Caldera despite a range of bugs and glitches impacting the battle royale. While many are aware of skill-based matchmaking (SBMM) within Warzone, many are often on the lookout when it comes to loading into a lobby of easier players to get the opportunity to score an incredible number of kills.
Known as bot lobbies, these matches are often filled with players with low K/D ratios and those that may not have spent a lot of time playing the game. While it may not be fair on the others, skilled players are wanting to get into a game where the competition isn't as strong. With that said, here's how to get bot lobbies in Warzone.
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Warzone Reverse Boosting
According to Warzone content creator Rara, the idea of reverse boosting has been used on many occasions in order to allow world-class players to flex their skills. The method involves using websites that calculate the average K/D ratio of a lobby and the overall difficulty of the opposition, giving you a rough idea of how good the players will be. For a more detailed breakdown of how reverse boosting works, check out the video below.
Host With Low K/D Ratio
If you're after some easier matches, there's a far more straightforward process than reverse boosting. According to several players, letting the player with the lowest K/D ratio of your squad to host a game will improve your chances of getting easier players to go up against. Depending on how low the K/D ratio is, the game should place you in matches of a similar skill to the host, which is ideal if you're capable of dropping over ten kills over the course of a match.