Vanguard: How to Get EASY LOBBIES on Call Of Duty

Wouldn’t it be great to Get EASY LOBBIES on Call Of Duty Vanguard and have more fun? Well, there are a few methods to make sure you can. I will talk through a few different approaches you can take, with some being more complicated than others and some being more ethical than others. On that note, we’ll start with

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Reverse Boosting

As I’m sure you probably know, at this point, lobbies are put together with skill-based matchmaking or SBMM for short. This is a mechanic in multiplayer lobbies to make sure you get to put up against people at your same skill level, in theory, making it better for everyone.

You can tank your stats if you don’t care too much about your KD or score per minute. So intentionally do a few matches in a row badly and then be put into much easier lobbies for one or two games. This can be pretty time-consuming, and they impact your stats a lot; the only positive is that currently, lead boards aren’t even visible on vanguard right now.

You can kind of end up doing reverse boosting by accident if you are trying to do camo challenges or specific complex challenges in your games. For example, suppose you’re trying to shoot down killstreaks with a launcher. In that case, you might not be getting your usual amount of kills, so when you complete your challenge and you’re ready to play properly again, you may have easier lobbies than you would typically have.

Second Account

Another method that is highly effective but can be logistically challenging, as well as pricing, is to have a second account on a second setup, which means another PC or console, then get the second account horrible stats, so again, a bad KD ratio or a bad score per minutes, you can search for a game on here, then join a lobby then you can join this easier lobby on your main account.

This is not a viable option; not many people have a two-system setup where they can have multiple accounts and buy the game multiple times. And this method is questionable ethically.

Is it fair on those players who don’t play much at all or are restricted with how they play the game.

Now I will talk about much simpler methods to get easier lobbies, which don’t tank your stats or anything like that. Individually, these are all great, but when you combine them, it increases your chances of getting easier lobbies even more.

Join Low KD Friend

We’ll start with joining friends who have a bad kill to death ratio and scope of minutes; if you have a friend like this, let them host the lobby and get you into games. Generally, this will make the lobbies you get into a little easier.

This works out better for the both of you since a friend who isn’t as good as you won’t want to be thrown into the lion’s standard in your lobbies.

Play at off-peak Times

Another excellent method that has been consistently working for years and years on Call of Duty is to play at off-peak times, such as morning time, if you can play at these times, because of skill-based matchmaking. The lobbies will be populated with players of similar ability if fewer players were matched with overall; the matchmaking will look at the wider pool of players dipping into different levels of ability or, indeed, their stats.

Turn Off Cross-Play

For the same reasons turning off cross-play can be very helpful too. Again, they’ll be fewer players to choose from. So the skill-based matchmaking will be a lot more lenient and a bit looser. I advise you to turn off cross-play anyway if you’re on a console just because of PC players’ fob and system advantages.

Quick Play Option to Default

Finally, a reliable method is to put your Quick Play lobby option to default. So this means going to quick play and putting your options on enabled for all game modes and pacings. This works well because new players usually load up the game and hit quickly without filtering any notes or anything like that.

So by matching what new players have as their search settings, you’re more likely to get into games with those new players.

Hopefully, this content helped you out; if it did, let me know by dropping a comment using the comment section down below.

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