With Warzone 2.0 almost here, Call of Duty has made it possible for Warzone Legacy players to view their lifetime stats in a unique and interactive way.
It’s been almost three years since Call of Duty released the original Warzone and completely changed the Battle Royale genre.
Now, players can view all of their accomplishments through the years and even look back on their very first drop.
Here is how to easily view your lifetime stats in Warzone Legacy.
How to Track Lifetime Warzone Legacy Stats (Personalized Recap Video)
To access your Warzone Legacy Stats Recap Video, you must head to the official My Warzone Legacy website and enter your Activision ID before November 30, 2022.
You can do this by following these steps:
- Head to mywarzonelegacy.callofduty.com.
- Enter your Activision ID.
- Press Submit.
- Once you submit your Activision ID, a video will begin to load.
- Press play to see your personalized Warzone Legacy recap video.
- You can also download or share it on social media using the links below your Warzone Legacy recap video.
If the stats seem a bit off to you, then it might be because certain modes do not register as official wins in your Warzone Stats.
It appears that the only stats that are tracked for Warzone Legacy are those obtained while playing the regular four-player Battle Royale. Although, that is only speculation.
In the blog post, Call of Duty refers to the Warzone Legacy personalized video as a recap video showcasing your achievements from your first drop.
This may be the last bit we hear about Warzone Legacy for a while as Call of Duty prepares to showcase Warzone 2.0 and DMZ gameplay to the community.
Here is an example of a Warzone Legacy Recap Video:
Make sure you’re ready to drop into Al Mazrah by leveling up the right weapons in Modern Warfare 2!
How to Find Activision ID for Warzone Legacy Recap Video
You can easily find your Activision ID through the official Call of Duty website and the options menu in Warzone.
- Head to CallofDuty.com.
- On the top right, choose “Login.”
- Sign in using one of two ways.
- Your Call of Duty account.
- Choose your platform from below the Call of Duty log in.
- Log in using your platform’s details.
- Once you log in, you’ll return to the Call of Duty home page.
- Your Activision ID will be in the same location that the “Login” option was.
- Use that Activision ID to obtain your Warzone Legacy recap video.
How to Find Activision ID in Warzone
- Bring up the Settings menu from the Warzone lobby. Do this by pressing your platform’s pause button.
- Navigate to the “Account” settings using R1/RB/Mouse.
- From here, go to the “Online” category.
- Choose the option called “Activision Account.”
- You will find your entire Activision ID with the full name and corresponding numbers on this screen.
Warzone Legacy Video Error & Fixes
Some users are reporting seeing the error “We’re sorry! We are unable to share your personalized #MyWarzoneLegacy video”.
It appears there are a few potential fixes for this (eliminate each one based on your situation):
- Use your platform’s account name instead of your Activision ID. This includes:
- PSN ID
- Xbox Gamertag
- Battle.net ID
- Head to Battle.net.
- On the top right, choose “My Account.”
- From the drop-down menu that appears, choose “Login.”
- Log into your Battle.net account.
- Once you log in, you will see your name on the top right now.
- Choose the drop-down menu again, and you’ll see your Battle.net ID above your email.
- Ensure you are properly entering the Activation ID. This should be your “NAME#NUMBER” with no spaces in between.
- For example – GamingIntel#123456
- Make sure you haven’t created more than one Activision ID over the years and confused an older one for your new one.
Players have been able to enjoy multiple seasons and a variety of maps. Some remembered more fondly than others.
But now, with Warzone 2.0 almost here, it seems that Call of Duty is preparing to shift gears fully.
They’ve already announced their first collaboration with the FIFA 2022 World Cup, featuring some of the world’s most popular football players.