First, press the button that is bound to your backpack button. Head on over to the Preferences option in the Play tab. Set the “Private Campaign Lobby” option to On.
Back 4 Blood’s basic settings will put you into a matchmaking session where the game will try to fill up any holes in your party with public players. Follow these measures if you wish to avoid any communication issues as a result of it.
Voice preferences do not matter. If you want to maintain a private lobby and invite players on other systems, you’ll want to keep Crossplay on.
Next, click the Party option which can be seen on the top right of the screen. It should be the triangle button on Playstation and Y button on Xbox. It’ll pull up the friends menu along with recent and blocked players. In the listed buttons you can press, look on the bottom of this menu to pull up privacy options. Set your Party Privacy to “friends only” or “invite only”.
Following all these steps should ensure that if you set up a lobby with your friends, random players will not be able to join your campaign or PvP instance without being a friend or actually getting an invite from the host. If you play in a party of three, the game will fill in that fourth vacant slot with a bot, which conveniently enough, does a really good job at actually sticking around other team mates.
Back 4 Blood is out now for PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One and Series S/X, and PC via Steam and Epic Games.
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