How to Leave a Party in MW3 Zombies

How to Leave a Squad in MW3 Zombies

Ever since the launch of MW3 Zombies, players have been confined to their squad for the duration of the match. However, Season 1 Reloaded has finally introduced the option to leave a party, and we’re here to guide you through the process.

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Players have the ability to exit a party by opening their Ping Wheel and selecting ‘Leave Squad.’ This feature can be especially useful when you need to leave the game or go solo. It also proves to be valuable for the Bad Signal mission, as it essentially requires all Operators to confirm the transport to the area.

For console players, simply hold the Up directional button for the Ping Wheel, while PC players can use the ‘Left Alt’ key. Additionally, there are other options available, such as requesting to join nearby parties and inviting others to join yours. However, it’s important to consider the maximum MW3 Zombies squad size, as you may not be able to join a specific squad.

The rest of the Ping Wheel selections involve specific talking points for your party. Quick pinging options are particularly useful for the starter Act missions, and the ping feature serves as an excellent tool for players without a microphone.

Aside from the ‘Leave Squad’ update, Season 1 Reloaded brings additional changes to MW3 Zombies. Mission notifications now pop up to provide players with a better idea of their progress, and the Dokkaebi boss fight has been added, introducing a deadly Warlord to the map. Bugs that previously allowed other players to harm Operators have also been addressed and removed.

That covers everything you need to know about how to leave your party in MW3 Zombies. For more MWZ content, be sure to explore the relevant links below, including the new Schematics from Season 1.

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Kristina Ebanez

Kristina is a Staff Writer and has been with Twinfinite for more than a year. She typically covers Minecraft, The Sims 4, Disney Dreamlight Valley, anime, Call of Duty, and newly released games. She loves the Metal Gear Solid series (Snake Eater especially), Rockstar’s Bully, the Horizon franchise, What Remains of Edith Finch, and many more. Her dog is also an avid video game watcher, primarily when there’s a horse or a cat. She has a Bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo and grew up gaming on the islands.