How To Find Your Role in Call of Duty Warzone

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moThere are many ways to achieve success in a Call of Duty Warzone match thanks to the numerous styles of play that can be utilised to make it into the final circle. As the start of Season 1 for Warzone Pacific approaches, Call of Duty has created an all-new site that takes a deep dive into the in-game stats of players to create personalised reports that determine their role within a squad.

Players can be categorised anywhere from Slayer to Sidekick, with a total of 16 categories to be drawn into. If you want to find your role, the process is rather straightforward. Find out how to see your Warzone role in this handy guide!

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How To Find Your Warzone Role

How To Find Warzone Role
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Finding out whether you're the Saviour or Airstriker of the group has never been easier. Follow these steps to access your report:

  1. Head to the Call of Duty Role Call web page.
  2. Click the "Find Out" button.
  3. Log into your Call of Duty account.
  4. Wait a few seconds for the website to sort through your impressive record then take a look at the results.

Most players appear to be placed into the Survivor category, managing to outlast their opposition to score the win. Here's a complete list of the roles that you could be placed in:

  • Arms Dealer
  • Airstriker
  • High-Roller
  • Slayer
  • Sharpshooter
  • Gunner
  • Fighter
  • Eagle Eyes
  • Tank
  • Survivor
  • Marauder
  • Sidekick
  • Savior
  • Reviver
  • Hustler
  • Protector

There's a category for every single player and it might be useful to take them into consideration when you and your squad drop into the next match. Then again, it could be all-out chaos!

That's how to check your Warzone role. For more news, check out the new weapons that will be making an appearance in Season 1 of Warzone Pacific alongside the rest of the Vanguard arsenal.

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