How to Invite Enemy Players to Squad in Warzone 2.0: In Warzone 2.0, there are a lot of new things for players to learn. Along with the new DMZ mode, which brings an Escape from Tarkov-style experience to Call of Duty for the first time, there are a lot of new and different parts of the standard battle royale.
Take the Strongholds, where players can kill AI opponents to get what seems to be free loot. Another (sort of) new thing about BRs is that you can now bring enemy players into your team. Here’s how to add a Warzone 2.0 enemy to your team.
How to Add an Enemy to Squad Warzone 2.0
You may have noticed that we said sort of earlier about inviting enemy players to join your squad. This is because there are some exceptions to the system that won’t make it as powerful and broken as it might seem on paper.
In normal battle royale modes, there is a tag called “Assimilation: Refill,” which means that squads can only go up to the limit of the playlist.
For example, if you already have three people on your team, you can only add one more person unless someone else leaves.
This limit is doubled in Unhinged BR, so a squad of three could easily become a squad of six. You can also do this in the DMZ, but the Assimilation: Refill tag will be on.
As for how to do it, you’ll need a player to join your team first. One way to do this would be to use the new “Proximity Chat” feature.
The player who wants to join will then have to ask to join the squad. Then, a popup will appear on the screen of the party leader, and they can use the ping wheel to either Accept or Reject it (Up on the D-Pad for consoles, Alt for PC users). If they agree, the player who asked to join will now be part of the team.