Patch 1.29 for Modern Warfare and Warzone has gone live across all platforms.
The final patch before the release of Black Ops Cold War on November 13th has bought in a wave of changes and fixes to the popular battle royale title.
One of the more significant changes in the update is the introduction of Warzone Private Matches.
Private Matches enables a specific group of players to play Warzone without the interruption of random players spoiling the fun.
Find out how to set up your very own Warzone Private Match right here!
How To Create A Warzone Private Match
For those wanting a more private Warzone experience, Private Matches provide the perfect opportunity to have some fun on the streets of Verdansk.
Here’s how to start a Private Match:
- Select the “Private Match, Practice Modes & Trials” tab from the Warzone main menu.
- Select a BR or Plunder mode.
- Get the minimum number of players in the lobby.
- Jump straight into the action!
Minimum Players Required
In order to start a Warzone Private Match, there must be a minimum number of players in the lobby.
For all BR modes, there must be a minimum of 50 players in the lobby in order for a match to begin.
Plunder requires at least 30 players to be present and Mini BR needs a minimum of 24 players for a match to get underway.
A total of 25 players needed to start a Mini BR match sounds much more manageable than trying to attract 49 other players into the lobby
It’s important to remember that Warzone Private Matches are currently in beta, so the chance of encountering bugs and glitches is high.
If you do run into something, do be sure to report it to Infinity Ward so it can implement a fix as quickly as possible.