A new leak suggests Infinity Ward is planning to add support for duos, squads and private matches in Call of Duty Warzone.

Warzone first launched with trios, soon followed by the release of solos. Although there’s still some variation between the two modes, some players feel as though solos is too campy whereas it can be hard to always keep an eye out behind in trios.

Warzone Menu Leaks Upcoming Features

Fortunately, it now appears duos and squads are coming to Warzone soon. As pointed out by the user ‘Shenlord’ – over on the ModernWarzone Discord server – in the private match section of the in-game files, there appear to be references towards the two modes.

Shenlord has shared images of their discoveries, which shows the ability to change the team sizes to either solos, duos, trios, and squads in the Battle Royale rules section. Since they have the option to change the rules, it seems private match support is also coming soon.

Call of Duty Warzone Duos
Credit: u/Shenlord

It doesn’t come as much of a surprise to see both duos and squads on the horizon. The two modes have always been expected, but it’s always nice to see more evidence emerge of their existence.

Call of Duty Warzone Squads
Credit: u/Shenlord

Infinity Ward has also looked into the possibility of adding 5-man squads, as discussed prior to the launch of Modern Warfare Warzone. Not only this, but they also confirmed private matches were a “possibility” for the future.

Warzone has already surpassed the 30 million mark, in terms of the number of players. In proportion, Warzone is already beating the likes of Fortnite and Apex Legends, which also have plenty of team size options. Given how general Battle Royale titles provide an array of team size options, it will come as no surprise to Infinity Ward follow suit.

The ability to play solos, duos, trios, and 4-man squads will offer more variation in Warzone, ultimately allowing users to play the way they most prefer. It looks like the upcoming updates will push forward the success of Warzone even further.