Players now have the option to either join an enemy team or invite other players into their own through the assimilation feature in Warzone 2.0.
It is relatively easy to use and can be extremely helpful in a pinch. However, some players may have missed this feature entirely, and if you’re one of those people, don’t worry; we’re here to help.
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How to Join Another Team in Warzone 2.0 & DMZ
If you want to join another team or invite another player to join your team, then all you need to do is open up the Ping Wheel and select to either invite or join another player.
Once you choose either option, a nearby enemy squad will be notified. They can then choose to accept or deny your request.
You can also try and talk to the other players to see if they’ll accept. So long as you understand how proximity chat works in Warzone 2, you can speak out and ask them to invite you or accept your request.
How to Use the Ping Wheel in Warzone 2.0 & DMZ
To use the Ping Wheel in Warzone 2.0, hold Up on the D-Pad for consoles and Alt on PC.
You will need to hold the Ping Wheel button to keep it open and then use either your right joystick (on console) or mouse (on PC) to select the option you want.
What Does Assimilation: Refill Mean?
Assimilation: Refill means that that mode allows you to refill your team with additional teammates by using Ping Wheel to invite players or request to join other teams.
Which Modes Can You Assimilate in?
You can assimilate with other teams in Duos, Third Person Trios, Unhinged Trios, and Quads. In the Unhinged Trios mode, you can have up to six members in your team by using the assimilation feature.
However, you cannot assimilate in Solos. This is because each squad is limited to just one player, so there is no way of adding more.