Sledgehammer Games' next foray into the world of Call of Duty is going to be one you won't want to miss. There's a blockbuster campaign, an incredible new Zombies experience, and the largest multiplayer launch to date! You might want to avoid people playing on PC, though. So... Here's how you can turn off crossplay features for Call of Duty Vanguard before you jump into this huge multiplayer experience.
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CROSSPLAY - How do you turn it off?
If you want to turn off crossplay features in Call of Duty Vanguard, you're going to need to find the settings and disable them. This should then limit you to playing against console players on a console, or PC players on a PC. As far as we're aware, PlayStation and Xbox players will still be in the same matchmaking pools.
To do this, you will firstly need to locate the in-game settings - the button prompt for these can be found at the bottom of the screen on any menu in-game.
From here, tab over to the "Account and Network" settings - they should be on the far right of the selection on offer.
Then, all you need to do is scroll down to "Crossplay" and toggle it from "Enabled" to "Disabled". You may have to restart your game to confirm these settings, however, if you're not actively matchmaking it should work without the need for this.
It's worth noting that this is currently unconfirmed and based on the menu layout present in Black Ops Cold War and Warzone. Call of Duty Vanguard should be the same though, following on from the Open Beta and the cross-progression in play. If things change, we will keep this article updated (although, we don't think they will!)