Playing with people across all systems isn’t for everyone, especially with the raging controller vs. mouse and keyboard debate. Luckily, you can turn off crossplay in Call of Duty: Warzone on PS4, Xbox One, and PC – here’s how.
For the entire last generation, players have begged for crossplay to come to their favorite multiplayer titles. The feature allows PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC owners to enjoy the game together.
However, not everyone wants the feature to always be turned on, and Call of Duty’s latest battle royale title Warzone comes with it toggled by default. Here is how you can easily turn it off.
How to turn Warzone’s crossplay feature off
While on paper crossplay sounds like a wonderful idea, over the last couple of years there has been a heated debate among players over the potential advantages tied to platforms. The conversation around keyboard & mouse vs. controller with aim assist has heated up.
Warzone in particular has also been plagued with rampant cheaters, particular hackers on the PC version. Whatever your reasons are, here is the quickest way to turn the feature off:
- Press Start, which will open up the options menu.
- Go to the ‘Account’ tab at the very end next to Audio.
- Toggle ‘Crossplay’ to Disabled.
Turning off crossplay should, in theory, limit your opponents to the platform you are playing on. It also however means that wait times for matchmaking will go up, as you’ve lessened the player pool.
While the feature is a great option for those that want to play with friends on PC or another console, it’s certainly not for everyone. Thankfully, Activision has given us a quick way to turn it off.