Can you play Arena Breakout: Infinite solo? Party size explained

Stephanie Zucarelli
Arena Breakout Infinite party

Arena Breakout: Infinite is shaping up to be the next big extraction shooter on the market. If you want to try it out with your friends during the beta period, here’s everything you need to know about playing it solo or in a party.

Arena Breakout: Infinite’s beta period is finally here, so you’ll need to get your friends ready for everything that the popular extraction shooter brings to PC. If you’re wondering whether you can play solo or how to team up with your friends, we’ve got you covered.

Here’s everything you need to know about Arena Breakout: Infinite‘s multiplayer.

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Arena Breakout: Infinite – Can you play solo?

Yes, you can play Arena Breakout: Infinite on your own. To start playing solo, you’ll need to look for the Auto Match option on the right corner of your lobby screen and turn it off. You’ll need to toggle this option again if you want to join a squad and play with teammates.

Keep in mind that you’ll find entire teams playing against you even when playing solo. While these teams have to share everything they loot, they’ll have an advantage in terms of numbers.

How to play with friends in Arena Breakout: Infinite

Playing with friends in Arena Breakout: Infinite is quite a straightforward process, so here are the steps you need to follow:

  1. Click on the “Friends” icon on the lobby menu to open your Friends list.
  2. You can either choose to invite your own friends, going to the “Game Friend” tab to add players that you recently played with, or enter the Global game chat to send other users a Friend request.
  3. After your friends accept your request, open your Friend’s menu again. You’ll see the list of the users that added you.
  4. Press the “Ask” button located at the right of their username to team up with them.

Arena Breakout: Infinite party size explained

The devs haven’t specified how many players can play in the same party in Arena Breakout: Infinite.

However, following the format of the Arena Breakout Pioneer Series, each match could consist of four or two four-player squads fighting each other in the Dark Zone.

The Arena Breakout: Infinite beta has just started, so we’ll keep you updated with more details as soon as they are revealed.

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