It has been an action packed year for Call of Duty: Warzone. Since the launch of the battle royale, each new season has introduced new content and players have experienced various meta changes. This has not come without the emergence of various bugs and glitches along the way. All in all though, it’s been a good year. In order to celebrate Call of Duty: Warzone’s one year anniversary, the Call of Duty Twitter account is generating a summary of your statistics for the whole year.
If you would like to see your own round up of your year on Call of Duty: Warzone, all you have to do is follow a few simple steps. To begin, you have to make sure your Activision account is set to share your data. Sign in to the Call of Duty website and hover over your profile to bring up a drop down menu. From the drop down menu, select the account linking tab. Then set the searchable and data visible options to all.
You will then be set to get your statistics from your year on Warzone. Navigate to the one year of Warzone tweet made by the official Call of Duty account to get your summary. Simply reply to the tweet with your gamertag and use the hashtag #WarzoneReport. Once you have done this, the Call of Duty account will eventually reply with a personalized graphic. You will be able to see how you performed in Warzone over the year in terms of total kills, hours played, wins, and more.
One year of Warzone. Countless matches.
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) March 10, 2021
What could the next year of Warzone have in store?
As we look back on a year of Call of Duty: Warzone, some leaks have alleged at what could lie ahead for the future of the battle royale. Some leaked audio lines suggest that Verdansk will get overrun and players may have to exfil.