Call of Duty Warzone Report Stats Tracker - How to Get Yours

April 3, 2021

If you’ve been on Twitter within the last few hours, you may have seen #WarzoneReport within the trending section.

This is due to a tweet from the official Call of Duty Twitter account, which has prompted fans into a frenzy.

But what is the Warzone Report and how do you get yours?

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What is the Call of Duty Warzone Report?

The Warzone Report is something that Call of Duty offers players from time to time.

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It’s effectively a report of players stats to show them how they’ve performed since the game launched.

It offers a slick report card with the player’s Gamertag/username in the middle and a range of stats surrounding it.

These stats are:

  • Kills
  • K/D Ratio
  • Deaths
  • Hours Played
  • Wins
  • Games Played

It’s a great way for top players to show off to others, or see if the squad has been “carrying you”.

So, how do you get one?

It’s simple enough to get a Warzone Report, however, it does require players to have a Twitter account.

On Twitter, all players have to do is reply to the official tweet with a tweet of their own with the hashtag #WarzoneReport and their Gamertag, PSN Name or their ID for whichever platform they play on.

What’s Next for warzone?

Well, the game has recently received a few tweaks as part of Season Two Reloaded and fans are also gearing up to complete the Easter Basket Easter Egg Contract (details of which you can find at the above link).

More importantly though, fans are looking forward to the new map which has been teased (and leaked). Alongside this, there is the anticipated Nuke Event which has been rumoured since the beginning of Season 2.

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