Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 is finally here, and it introduces a slew of new game modes and features. One of the new modes is called DMZ, and players will drop into a smaller section of Al Mazrah, the brand-new map. This mode focuses on both AI-controlled enemies and human players, blending both the normal battle royale mode with campaign-type levels. Today, we’ll answer the question: What is the maximum lobby size in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 DMZ?
Warzone 2.0 DMZ Mode Max Lobby Size
The brand-new map, Al Mazrah, is a vast landscape full of small buildings, large facilities, hilly mountain sides, and winding roads. The regular battle royale mode can host up to a whopping 150 players on this map, due to its sheer size.
DMZ mode, however, is a little different. Since this mode focuses on tight-knit squad-based game play, there are fewer but much more stressful encounters. You’ll be going up against AI enemies in addition to other player squads, and as such, the maximum lobby size is capped at a humble 66 players.
This is to ensure that firefights never get too chaotic, with people jumping into the fray from all angles. It’ll also encourage players to take advantage of the all-new assimilation system, which lets players recruit enemies into their squad if they’re down a squad mate.
DMZ also focuses much more on the faction missions that can sometimes occur in the battle royale mode. You and your squad will storm strongholds to acquire key cards and intel, all the while taking out guards.
You can queue up for the DMZ mode in squads of three. You can’t go it alone, so bring two friends with you or match make with random players. Team work is key here, as there are real consequences here—any weapon you bring with you into DMZ will be permanently lost if left there. Work together, get the loot, and survive!
We hope that answers your questions about the maximum lobby size in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 DMZ mode. If you have any other questions about the mode, let us know in the comments below!