Call of Duty: Warzone was released on March 10, 2020. The developer is celebrating the first birthday of the Battle Royale game by presenting your statistics from the first year with a small picture on Twitter if you wish.
This is how you see your statistics
To get your own report, you have to post on Twitter with the hashtag #WarzoneReport as well as your player ID and mark the official Call of Duty channel. The developer himself shows an example of a corresponding tweet:
captainprice # 8619285 @CallofDuty ”
A small picture is generated on this, on which you can see how well you have played within the first year. You will learn this way:
- Kills: How many kills you got.
- K/D-Ratio: How many opponents you killed on average before you bit into the virtual grass yourself.
- Deaths: The total number of your virtual deaths.
- Playing hours: How much time you spent in Warzone.
- Siege: How many matches you have won.
- Matches played: How many rounds you participated in.
Alternatively, you can view the statistics in-game without them being shared publicly. But then not in the form of a corresponding graphic.
Link to Twitter content
What happened in the first year?
In a blog post on the other hand, the team summarizes the highlights of the game.
The start: Season 3 of Modern Warfare heralded the beginning of Warzone
Season 4: Captain Price became a playable operator. There was also a mode for 200 players for a short time
Season 5: The stadium was blown up.
Cold War Reveal: The newest installment of Call of Duty was featured in Warzone.
Halloween Event: Season 6 saw a Halloween event that introduced two famous horror movie characters.
Cold War Season 1: The release of Rebirth Island
We also think back to the first year of the Battle Royale shooter. However, we don’t give gifts, we do wish us something for the future from Call of Duty: Warzone. Namely some features that are urgently needed.
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