Call of Duty: Warzone 2 has finally been released worldwide, giving every player an opportunity to drop into Al Mazrah and explore the new battle royale. There are new pieces of content everywhere you look in Warzone 2. From the new areas on the map to the revamped Gulag, players have a ton of exploring to do in the early stages of the game. As they’re doing so, players might be inclined to check their stats and keep track of how they’re doing in Warzone 2. Essentially, players want to check their K/D (kill/death ratio) in Warzone 2 so they can see just how well they’re doing compared to their friends or the rest of the world.
In the past, checking your K/D in Warzone has always been done through third-party sources, such as CODTracker. The previous version of Warzone had no physical way to check your overall kill/death ratio, which many players thought was a missing feature from the game. Naturally, players are wondering if this will remain the case in Warzone 2, or if there’s a new way to check your K/D in Warzone 2.
Checking your K/D in Warzone 2
At the launch of Warzone 2, there wasn’t a concrete method to check your overall stats through the game itself. This was expected to be the case, but some players were holding out hope anyway. This was mainly due to the fact that Modern Warfare 2 received a Combat Record with the Season 1 update, which showcases K/D, win/loss record, and weapon stats.
While players had to wait for a spell, the Season 2 update in Warzone 2 introduced the ability to check your stats. You can do this by pressing Options in the top right of the screen and finding the Stats box. Here, you can check either your stats in MW2 or Battle Royale. Obviously, click the Battle Royale option, and you will see your Warzone 2 stats, including K/D, win/loss ratio, etc.
Unfortunately, these stats are only tracked from Season 2 and beyond, so none of your stats from prior to this season are going to be included.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.