Call of Duty: Vanguard: How to Disable / Enable Crossplay in PlayStation, Xbox, and PC

One of the best things about the upcoming Call of Duty: Vanguard is the ability to crossplay alongside friends on different platforms with the game feature, however, not everyone is OK with playing against a veteran PC player with an expensive mouse while you try to get the hang of the crosshair on your console as a newcomer to the franchise. This is why we have covered this guide to help you disable or turn off crossplay and go against people from the same platform.

With only a day to go in the global release, fans are very excited to get on the latest title of their favorite franchise hoping to have a good time. And some of them want to do it against players from their own console platform specifically. So, to help such fellow gamers out, we have prepared a step-by-step guide to turning off crossplay in Call of Duty: Vanguard.

How to Disable Crossplay in Vanguard

Looking to turn off crossplay in your Call of Duty: Vanguard copy? You can do that by following these few easy steps. As the game releases tomorrow, after getting it downloaded all you would have to do is:

  • Firstly, head into the game.
  • Once inside, make your way to the game settings.

Related: Call Of Duty: Vanguard PC System Requirements

  • Once inside the settings, navigate your way to the Accounts & Network setting.
  • In there you would see the crossplay option at the very top of the menu.
  • Once you locate the option, simply turn it towards off.

And there you have it. Now the only people you would be facing would be the ones playing on a similar platform as you.

Would you prefer to keep crossplay on? Or would you rather compete to be the best at your own platform? Let us know in the comment section below. For more articles, how-to guides and news related to Vanguard, check out our Call of Duty: Vanguard section.

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Taaha Muffasil
Content Creator by profession, video game enthusiast by passion, Taaha has spent a long time writing engaging blogs for the entertainment niches and an even longer time behind a computer screen trying out every title that comes out.

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