The popular Battle Royale Call of Duty: Warzone will soon get the mode “Private Match” according to a leak. This would make it possible to have your own exclusive rounds and tournaments with friends.
Despite numerous modes such as Plunder or Mini Royale there are still no private matches in Call of Duty: Warzone. This should change in the near future according to the leak of Warzone News on August 9th. According to the community page, which has already correctly predicted several upcoming innovations, private matches should “be available soon”.
Whether the mode will actually appear in the coming days is still questionable. Already in March several Warzone insiders announced that there will be private matches. Warzone News added that old data in the game could be used that were originally intended for custom games. On the other hand, it could also be data that the developer Infinity Ward uses for Mini Royale among others.
Targeted training in private lobbies
With the help of this mode you could train specifically or even start your own tournament. Five months after the release of Warzone, the 75 million players registered so far would thus have significantly more individual freedom for practice or exploration. In addition, the private mode would allow the rules to be adapted to individual preferences.
There are advantages in private matches for both competitors and casual players. Certain strategies, positions and drop spots can be rehearsed. In addition, shooting at close range or long range can be practiced much better with the help of a partner. A further advantage is the possibility to study new tactics in a targeted manner. Should there be bots with adjustable levels of difficulty, even beginners would have an easier start in Warzone.