Last Updated on November 23, 2022
Turn off Crossplay in Warzone 2: Crossplay in Call of Duty is a feature that allows players on different platforms to play together. For example, a player on PlayStation 4 can play with a player on a PC.
But the feature is frowned upon mainly by console gamers; console gamers don’t like playing with PC players as most of the PC lobbies are full of hackers; similarly, PC gamers don’t like console players due to the aim-assist. Not to forget, the aim-assist in Warzone and the new MW2 is way too good.
I will discuss turning off Crossplay on both Xbox and Playstation Console in this article. PC Gamers sadly don’t have any option to do so.
How To Turn off Crossplay on PlayStation & Xbox
Disable Crossplay on Xbox
Here are the steps to turn off Crossplay on Xbox:
- Start your console
- Go to Settings > Xbox Privacy (located in account, privacy & online safety)
- Click on View Details and Customize > Communication & Multiplayer
- Here you will find the switch to disable Crossplay.
Update: The setting is called “You can join the cross-network play.”
Disable Crossplay on PS4 & PS5
Playstation users can also disable this setting easily.
- Boot your console
- Start the game
- Go to Settings
- Click “Account and Network”
- Turn the “Crossplay” toggle off.
The battle between Console and PC gamers has been going on for a long time, both accusing each other of cheating. There’s no end; surprisingly, devs took out the setting for both Xbox and PC users. In the beta, I remember there was a toggle for both.
Thankfully, there’s a workaround for Xbox, and unlucky for PC users, they will have to keep playing with console aimbots.
That’s my guide on Crossplay for Warzone 2.0. For more WZ2.0 Guides, head here.