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What is an average KD in Call of Duty: Warzone?

Kill to death ratio, or what is often referred to as KD, is one of the most popular stats when it comes to Call of Duty: Warzone, as many players wonder whether or not theirs is above or below average.

One of the most exciting aspects of Warzone is racking up large amounts of kills with your teammates on the way to securing a win. However, it is always in good fun to have bragging rights for who has the highest KD with the people you drop into Verdansk ’84 with.

With players often wondering if their KD is good or not, they look for what is considered to be an average Warzone KD and see where they stand when compared to it.

Average Warzone KD

Average Warzone KD

Players will find that the average Warzone KD is 1.00, meaning that a player with this stat gets one kill per death, which is not horrible for a battle royale game like Warzone, where you can get eliminated in the blink of an eye.

However, you may have a little less than a 1.00 and still not really be below average considering that deaths caused by eliminating yourself or a teammate crashing a helicopter count towards your KD even though the death was not caused by losing to an enemy player.

A Warzone KD significantly lower than 1.00, such as .75, is considered to be below average, while a KD above a 1.00 such as 1.5 to 2.0 is considered to be above average.

Some exceptional players will have KDs between 3 and 6 who are in the top 1% of players. These are often professional players or talented content creators and should not be compared to someone who plays casually.

Those interested in seeing where their KD stacks up against the rest of the community can either check in the game itself by heading to the Barracks and clicking on the kills option under Warzone by visiting a stats tracking website like COD Warzone Stats Tracker to see if theirs is above or below average.



Toys for Bob now supporting Call of Duty: Warzone development

Development studio Toys for Bob has officially announced that it is the latest developer owned by Activision-Blizzard to work on the popular battle royale Call of Duty: Warzone.

The Call of Duty franchise has seen various video game development studios work on the many titles that make up the high-profile series.

Call of Duty: Warzone has had multiple development studios work on its content over the past year, including Infinity Ward, Raven Software, and Treyarch Studios.

Toys for Bob Warzone

Now, another studio under the Activision-Blizzard umbrella has officially announced that it will be providing support for the future development of Warzone.

Toys for Bob took to their Twitter account on April 29, 2021, and announced that it is supporting the development of Call of Duty: Warzone in Season 3 and is looking forward to more to come, hinting that Toys for Bob will be a support studio for the Call of Duty battle royale in future seasons.

Toys for Bob has been developing games since 1992, with the studio’s first game being Star Control II. The studio is also known for its development of the popular Skylanders franchise and most recently developed the Spyro Reignited Trilogy released in 2018.

Toys for Bob is owned by Activision Publishing. They now join Raven Software, Infinity Ward, Treyarch, High Moon Studios, Beenox, Activision Shanghai, Sledgehammer Games, and Demonware working on the Call of Duty franchise.

With another studio now supporting Call of Duty: Warzone, it seems the sky is the limit for what the community can expect to see from the first-person shooter in future seasons.

Warzone pros are not happy with teased CR-56 AMAX nerf

The most recent Warzone patch notes from Raven Software teased an upcoming nerf to the CR-56 AMAX Assault rifle, and top-tier players in the community were not happy to hear that the powerful weapon could soon be less effective.

Weapon balance has always been a major discussion point in the Warzone community, as there have been multiple weapons that have been much better than their counterparts and were the staple in loadouts such as the AUG, FFAR, Grau, Bruen, and more.

The CR-56 AMAX has always been an effective Assault Rifle no matter the meta in Warzone and has not seen any significant changes to its performance since it was added to the Call of Duty battle royale. However, a recent update from developer Raven Software has teased upcoming changes to the CR-56 AMAX, which has not sit well with some players.

CR-56 AMAX Warzone Nerf

Warzone CR-56 AMAX Nerf

In the patch notes for the April 28, 2021 update for Warzone, Raven Software gave the community a sneak peek that there will be upcoming balance changes to the CR-56 AMAX, Fara 83, and Bullfrog.

The reveal that upcoming changes would be coming to these weapons, especially the CR-56 AMAX, shocked plenty of players, as the high recoil of the CR-56 AMAX made it a higher-skilled weapon in most players’ eyes and not worthy of a nerf in any regard.

NRG JoeWo is known for his prowess with this Modern Warfare Assault Rifle, as he has gathered plenty of highlight clips of it over the game’s life, and he had a simple message for Raven Software regarding the teased nerf.

Jukeyz of the London Royal Ravens stated that he doesn’t understand how they can nerf the Assault Rifle when some players can not even control its recoil.

Considering most nerfs are applied to weapons that are overpowered and give lower-skilled players a greater boost than every other weapon in the game, it does seem fairly unusual that Raven would want to nerf the AMAX.

Jukeyz states that he believes the CR-56 AMAX is the most balanced weapon Warzone has ever had.

It remains to be seen what exactly this teased nerf from Raven Software will be for the popular Modern Warfare Assault Rifle, but there is no doubt that the community will have strong opinions regarding what the changes turn out to be.