How to Play PvE in Gray Zone Warfare

Gray Zone Warfare Fields
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One of the most requested features of almost any tactical extraction shooter on the market is a PvE mode for those casual players who don’t have time to grind. Gray Zone Warfare listens to those players. On launch day, you can play Gray Zone Warfare PvE, and here’s how!

How to Play the PvE Mode in Gray Zone Warfare

To access the PvE mode in Gray Zone Warfare, create your character and choose a faction. Then, select “Join Operations” from the main menu instead of “Warfare” as your game mode in the left-hand box.

But wait! Before you hit “Deploy,” don’t forget to change your server location. It defaults elsewhere, not near you, so you’ll want to fix that!

Gray Zone Warfare PvE Mode
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When you load into Joint Operations, it’s nearly the same experience as in Warfare. However, you won’t find anyone attempting to kill you. There are no hostile players. You’ll still interact with teammates who join your faction—so long as they’re also playing the PvE mode—and can tackle tasks. It just eliminates the hostility of PvP!

Is Gray Zone Warfare Single Player?

It genuinely depends on your definition of “single-player” in gaming. Do you expect a full-blown offline mode with zero ties to the game’s servers? Are you happy enough playing an extraction shooter solo?

If you fall into the latter camp, you’ll love to know Gray Zone Warfare offers solo play. It’s not single-player in the traditional sense, like an offline campaign or story mode, but you are never forced to group up with anyone else. If you want to play with pubs, you can. If you have friends and want to team up from the menu, you can!

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