Warzone 2 is well underway, and now Season 2 is right around the corner, despite a delay, bringing a ton of changes and new features. Rebirth is finally making a return after being removed from Warzone Caldera, along with changes to the Gulag and Loadout Drops.
The combat record has always been an integral part of Call of Duty, as it allows you to see stats like your wins and KD. Here's everything we know so far about how you'll be able to check your stats in the new Warzone.
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LATEST - Finally, Combat Record and Leaderboards due to arrive with Season 2
Season 2 is now just around the corner, and with the roadmap released we have confirmation of the combat record at long last. The devs have now had ample time to work out the kinks so we expect it to be here to stay.
Unfortunately, the stats in your record will only reflect from the beginning of Season 2, so wins and kills from Season 1 will be lost. While this is frustrating, it does serve as a clean slate for you to head out and score some impressive stats, now you're well used to the game.
Combat Record Delayed Once Again
While we all expected the combat record to arrive with Season 1 Reloaded of Warzone 2, it is still absent. Activision released an update just hours before the new season saying it would once again be delayed, and giving no update on when we can expect it.
The reason cited was due to the 'accuracy of the date population', which is as frustrating as ever for players. Hopefully, it will arrive with Season 2 and will feature stats from before now, but we aren't too hopeful.
In the mean time, there are plenty of ways to get around seeing your stats, as we've outlined below.
Season 1 Reloaded brings combat record to Warzone 2
At long last, Call of Duty's Battle Royale is getting its own dedicated combat record in-game. Here you'll be able to see your KD, kills, wins, and much more, without having to use third-party apps. Modern Warfare 2 has had this feature for a while, so it's good to see Warzone catch up.
Unfortunately, the stats will only count from the update time, so any wins you've attained before now, and your stats, will start from zero. This is annoying for players who've put the grind in, but for others, we can treat the first half of Warzone 2 Season 1 as a training period.
Calculate your Warzone KD with this trick
While there may not be an official way to check your KD in Warzone right now, players have figured out a cunning way to calculate it. Don't worry, there's no complicated maths involved, anyone can do this trick.
There are two steps to follow to complete this. Firstly:
- The first one will be to open the gunsmith of any gun you want.
- Click on the Customize tab.
- Select Gun Screen.
- Select the one called "Endless Black"
- Wait a few seconds until the counter on your gun turns from red to blue.
This will give you your total kills and deaths in Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2. If you're at higher numbers, unfortunately, this will probably be approximate.
- n the top right menu, click on the launcher menu (the one left of the headset logo with 6 squares)
- Click on Stats.
- Select Multiplayer.
- There look for your stats on the left for Kills and deaths.
Once you have these numbers, do total kills minus multiplayer kills, and the same for deaths. Then pop kills divided by deaths into a calculator, and you'll have your Warzone 2 KD.
How to see your stats in Warzone 2
Unfortunately, at the time of writing, there is no way to check your stats in Warzone 2. If you've managed to pick up enough wins to lose count already though, hats off to you.
The best way to check your stats currently is through third-party apps like CoDtracker, which will display your KD and much more. It's likely that a feature in-game will arrive soon, but we have no news yet.
The combat record in Modern Warfare 2 currently has a multiplayer tab, which hits that a tab for Warzone may be coming.
How to see your stats in Modern Warfare 2
Combat record has arrived in Modern Warfare 2, and now it's easier than ever to check your multiplayer stats. Hit the options button on PlayStation, and you'll be given the option of a stats tab.
Only multiplayer has a tab in the section as of now, but given its presence we'll likely see a similar offering for Warzone 2 or DMZ in the future. For now, you'll be able to see stats for kills, weapons, and more.
Head to the customisation tab to see how far you've progressed in Calling Cards. This is a great way top see more niche stats like headshots and multikills.
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