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How To Do Win 1v1 Pit Match In Call Of Duty: WWII

How To Do Win 1v1 Pit Match In Call Of Duty WWII
Want to do the Win 1v1 Pit objective? This guide will tell you How To Do Win 1v1 Pit Match In Call Of Duty: WWII so you can complete the objective and increase your Social Rank with getting more Social Points.

At the moment there is a Daily Order from the General that gives you the objective of “Win 1v1 Pit Match”. It’s a simple objective, you need to head to the 1v1 Pit and beat your opponent. You can find the 1v1 Pit on the beach.

Walk down to the beach and go to the Gunsmith. If you look up to the right you will see a Blackboard sitting atop the mound. Head up to the Blackboard and interact with it, this will place you in a 1v1 Pit Match queue. The queue is only with the other people inside your HQ lobby so if you are alone, you will not find an opponent.

Either invite a friend or rejoin multiplayer to join a HQ with other players.

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