'Call of Duty: Warzone' has launched a solo mode.
Infinity Ward and Raven Software are now officially allowing plays to go it alone rather than play in teams of three in the free-to-play battle royale.
'Warzone' launched last week after it was prematurely leaked on YouTube by accident on March 9 - and the release is "free for everyone", meaning you don't need 'Modern Warfare' to download or play the new feature.
In a blog post, the studio revealed: "At launch, players can squad up in trios with their friends on Playstation 4, Battle.net for PC, or Xbox One across two game modes: Battle Royale and Plunder.
"In Battle Royale, fight to be the last squad standing while escaping the deadly gas in the swiftly closing circle with up to 150 players.
"In Plunder, the race is on to collect the most in-match Cash by looting across the map, taking down enemies to steal their Cash, and completing in-match Contracts."
Activision explained: "Call of Duty: Warzone shares Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's crossplay and unified progression. For players that already own the full version of Modern Warfare, all content already earned including Battle Pass items, Operators, weapons and customization items will carry over to Warzone, and all progression earned in Warzone will counts toward overall Modern Warfare progression.
"For players who do not own the full version of Modern Warfare, all progress and items they've earned in Warzone will be rewarded across Multiplayer and Special Ops in Modern Warfare, should they ever choose to purchase it."