Warzone 2.0 Assimilation: How to Add or Join Enemy Players

You can join enemy players or invite them to join your team using the Assimilation feature in Warzone 2.0. Here’s how to do it.

Warzone 2.0 is out, and everyone is enjoying every bit of what it has to offer. The game has incredible visuals, a new map, a new game mode, and more. Activision and Infinity Ward tried to fix everything they lacked in the first Warzone.

Besides improving the previous features, Warzone 2.0 also introduced many new features in the game. One such feature is called Assimilation. Using the Assimilation feature, you can expand your squad size by adding or joining enemy players and increase your chance of winning.

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What is Assimilation in Warzone 2.0?

As mentioned earlier, Assimilation is a newly added feature in Warzone 2.0. This feature allows players to add enemy players or to join an enemy team to refill a squad mid-match. As there is no leaving penalty in Warzone 2.0, players can quit a match anytime they want, leaving you alone in the middle of nowhere.

Fighting dozens of enemies and winning alone can become impossible without teammates. However, due to the Assimilation feature in Warzone 2.0, you can easily expand your squad or join an enemy team to secure a higher chance of winning.

Yet, you cannot expand a squad however you please. There is a limitation to how many enemies you can add to your squad. The same goes for the enemy teams. The maximum player count for selected Warzone 2.0 playlists limits the Assimilation Refill feature.

For example, if you are playing Battle Royale Quads and have only two players left in your squad, you can invite and recruit two more players using the Assimilation Refill. But if you already have four players alive in your squad, you cannot use the Assimilation feature to add more players.

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The maximum player count Assimilation Refill rule applies to the following Warzone 2.0 playlists:

  • Duos
  • Quads
  • Third Person (Trios)

However, for some Warzone 2.0 playlists, you can make a squad of up to six players using the Assimilation feature. So, you can merge two entire Trios teams or recruit enemies from different teams to make your squad full of six players.

Up to six players Assimilation Refill rule applies to the following Warzone 2.0 playlists:

  • Unhinged (Trios)
  • DMZ (Trios)

How to Invite and Add Enemy Players Using Assimilation

Inviting and adding enemy players into your squad is very simple. However, you must be in the Proximity Chat range of enemies to invite them. You can only invite enemy players to join your team. Whether they want to join your team fully depends on whether they accept your invitation. They won’t be added to your squad if they don’t accept your invitation.

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Here’s how to invite enemy players:

  • Open and hold your Ping Wheel menu.
  • Select Invite Nearby Players to Join Your Squad from the Ping Wheel Menu.
  • An enemy team or player within proximity to you will receive a notification of your request.
  • Once the enemy team or player accepts your request, they will be a part of your squad.

How to Join Enemy Players Using Assimilation

Joining enemy players using the Assimilation feature is just as easy. Similar to inviting enemy players, you need to be in the Proximity Chat range to be able to join an enemy team. However, like before, you can only request nearby enemies to let you join their squad. You can’t join their squad if they don’t accept your request.

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Here’s how to request to join enemy squads:

  • Open and hold your Ping Wheel menu.
  • Select Request To Join Nearby Enemy Squad from the Ping Wheel Menu.
  • An enemy team within proximity to you will receive a notification of your request.
  • Once the enemy team accepts your request, you join the enemy team.

Important Tips for Assimilation

Keeping Proximity Chat turned On is crucial if you want to take full advantage of the Assimilation feature in Warzone 2.0. It does not only help you understand if you can send invitations to enemy players but also helps you to negotiate to join or add them.

Communicating and negotiating with enemies will yield you a better chance of success in joining or adding enemies and increase your chance of winning the matches.

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There you go! This is how you add enemy players or join an enemy team using the Assimilation feature in Warzone 2.0. For more guides, tips, and tricks, visit our Call of Duty section.

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