After the countless goals collected already a few days after launch, the first new products begin to arrive Call of Duty: Warzone. In the past few hours Activision has announced that it will now be possible to enter the game alone. The obligation to face matches in teams made up of three components will no longer be a constraint.

In Solitaire mode, you are catapulted to Verdansk alone following the rules of Battle Royale. This means no teammates, no friends - just you and a gun with some bullets. Think of it as a Call of Duty classic against all, but on a large scale.

As you loot, complete contracts, and survive against up to 149 other players, the gas cloud expands by narrowing the playing area - just like in a normal Battle Royale. The Gulag still welcomes the Warzone eliminated, but if you die in the 1v1 match, forget any form of redemption - you are definitely out of the game.

The last Operator who remains standing wins.

The Activision-branded Battle Royale therefore aligns with all the major productions of the genre, offering (in addition) a much more classic mode. If you are still looking for playmates, we invite you to subscribe to ours dedicated group.