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What is the easiest way to win Call of Duty: Warzone? How do you get high kills in Warzone?

These Warzone tips can be a huge help if you’re trying to improve your game and win Call of Duty: Warzone. You might think it’s all about perfect aim and laser-like reactions but some good strategic thinking and tactical awareness can go a long way to giving you an edge in Call of Duty Warzone. 

Call of Duty: Warzone: Battle Royale Solos Strategy to Win

First – and most importantly – Battle Royale Solos is the ultimate test of individual skill, both in terms of combat and survival. With no other teammates to rely on, it’s up to you – and only you – to outlive the completion within Verdansk.

This all begins during infiltration; don’t worry about coordinating a drop point with teammates and drop whenever and wherever you feel comfortable. You can get an idea of what zones will become hot spots by paying attention to where people drop out of the plane. Keep an eye on the red smoke trails, as well as the plane passenger count found on the top right corner of the screen to gather this intel.

If you are prepared to fight from the get-go, try dropping out as soon as possible, landing within the circle, and/or following enemy players to their approximate landing point. Alternatively, if you would rather build a loadout, focus on dropping away from the circle and towards unmarked areas or Contracts.

How to use guns in Warzone to get high kills?

No matter when and where you land, it’s wise to get comfortable with your starting handgun, as it is your only form of defense until you find another weapon. It will take approximately a full clip to down an enemy when aiming at their chest, and less shots if there are a few headshots thrown in. In summary, with this starting pistol, its strengths are in headshots and in close-quarters situations.

Still, this pistol may not get you too far in Verdansk, so it’s best to look for loot and Contracts immediately after landing. Ground loot is great for those looking for immediate self-defense, while Supply Boxes will usually contain much better weapons and equipment.

As for Contracts, they are slightly tuned for Solos: although they reward less cash on completion than a normal Contract, they can be easier to complete. For example, Recon Contracts have their hill time cut in half, and Bounty Contracts will still see you hunt down a single Operator, but you won’t have to worry about that Operator’s squadmates getting in the way.

With that said, there are no squadmates whatsoever in Solos, so any big fights that take place will be massive free-for-alls. If you are about to enter – or already in – and engagement involving multiple enemies, think quickly about how you can take advantage of it. Do you use the commotion to plan an escape? Or maybe let them fight until one remains, only for you to swoop in for the final kill?

These kinds of decisions also bleed over into looting and searching tactics. In general, if you see an open door, Supply Box, or a recently activated Buy Station, that may be a sign that an enemy is close by. Using your physical senses – sight and sound – effectively will also help you survive on your own, as it’s even more important to notice a sniper scope glint or a gunshot from far-away when you are all alone in Verdansk.

Tac Map and Compass

Along with having good judgement, successful Solos Operators know how to use any and all reconnaissance tools to their advantage. Especially pay attention to that Tac Map and Compass; red dots show enemy fire and knowing how the circle collapse could change a fight in progress or be crucial to your survival.

Furthermore, be especially thorough about finding, and equipping, reconnaissance tools such as the Recon Drone, Heartbeat Monitor, and UAV, which could provide a great advantage to you when navigating through Verdansk. The last of these tools can be bought through Buy Stations, which are active during this mode.

Speaking of Buy Stations, you can also still buy Self-Revive Kits or find them in Verdansk. Keep this in mind when fighting other Operators; usually, they will instantly die after being reduced to zero health, but if they have a kit, they have the chance to jump back up and get their revenge. With that in mind, always ensure you have a confirmed kill before turning your attention towards the next firefight.

Because there are no redeployments outside of the Gulag, it is especially important to win your 1v1 match when it happens. You can read more tips about the Gulag here, or you could play some Gunfight to practice, if you’re struggling to win those pulse-pounding duels.

Finally, winning a Solo game is a tough, yet rewarding, task, as you will have had to outlast dozens upon dozens of other players to do so. If you do win a Solo, take pride in that accomplishment.

However, an alternative way to think of Battle Royale Solos as a warm-up to a standard Battle Royale game. With no squadmates to rely on, this mode can allow you to focus on practicing basic mechanics that will translate seamlessly to a squad-based game. Although individual skill is not everything in a standard Battle Royale game, it certainly doesn’t hurt to have better accuracy and sense of survival along with being a great teammate.




Competitive integrity is paramount for the World Series of Warzone. All participants are sent through an Activision internal check to make sure their accounts are in good standing. Participants should contact tournament admins with any concerns and provide supporting materials. We will review and investigate reports made to the tournament administration. Any player found cheating will be banned from future Warzone tournaments.


All Participants must at all times observe the highest standards of personal integrity and good sportsmanship. Participants are required to behave in a professional and sportsman like manner in their interactions with other competitors, WSOW, and members of the Administration, the media, sponsors and fans. The Administration takes this very seriously and participants should contact any tournament admins with concerns. Any player found violating behaviors standards may be banned from future Warzone tournaments.

Substitutions / Replacement Players

Starting the Monday prior to the competition, players and Squads may be replaced with an existing waitlist of players. The wait list is comprised of Squads from the Twitch Rivals qualifier. If a WSOW Squad needs to replace one or two members after this date, the Administration may replace those participants directly from the waitlist. If the WSOW Squad declines to accept the replacement player within a reasonable time period, the WSOW Squad may be be fully replaced with a Squad from the wait list.

During competition Squads can elect to play “man down” if they do not want to have a replacement player join their Squad. Replacement players can be pulled out of the competition and replaced with the original player at the Administration’s discretion.


Game Restarts

Once all Players have left the pre-game lobby and transitioned to the airdrop ship and Game map, the Match will be considered underway and will not be restarted. This includes Team Captains. Players experiencing issues must contact the Administration before the pre-game lobby countdown clock reaches zero.

In certain extraordinary circumstances (e.g., in the event Players experience a mass disconnect that affects multiple Squads on more than one Team in the early stages of a Match) the Administration, at its sole discretion, shall have the right to restart the Match.

Players who are experiencing lag or equipment issues must continue to compete as the game will not be restarted due to individual equipment or connectivity issues.

Ineligible Equipment

Squads with Players who are identified to be using ineligible equipment will be removed from the tournament with all points revoked.

Stream Feed / Stream Delay

  • All players must have a stream delay of 60 seconds (60).
    “Store past broadcasts” must be enabled
How to compete in Call of Duty: Warzone


A select portion of WSOW participants will be invited by Activision. Additionally, each of the 12 Call of Duty League teams have the option to invite a squad. Follow your favorite teams for more information on who they have selected to compete—and let us know who you want to see compete using the hashtag #WorldSeriesofWarzone and #WSOW.


If you think you have the skills to play on the biggest Warzone stage, you can sign up for free on GameBattles to play in the World Series of Warzone Open Qualifier. The winning squad(s) will be invited to compete in the WSOW main event (subject to the Activision security check)


Select community tournaments may be hosted by Call of Duty League Team organizations and WSOW program affiliates that may be used to qualify additional squads into each World Series of Warzone event. Check back here as new events are added, and tune in to see who qualifies!

Why is Warzone so hard?

It’s hard because you’re playing against people who have been playing it for hours every day, for months. They know where all the good loot is, where all the hiding spots are, and they’re generally good at playing the game. The way to get better is to keep playing the game.

What is the best gun in Warzone?

The Kar98k and the Swiss K31 are the undisputed best guns in Warzone due to their one shot kill potential. The Kar98k in particular has incredible damage, range, and bullet velocity which makes it lethal and effective over long ranges.

How do you beat Warzone solo?

In Warzone solos, the win is often taken by the stealthiest player. Say there are three players left – you and two enemies. If you spot one of them, don’t shoot. Keep an eye on them (but don’t get tunnel vision), and wait for them to engage the other player.

Who is the best Call of Duty warzone player?

Tommey. 100 Thieves 100 Thieves’ Tommey had the most dominant 2021 of any Warzone player. At this point, Tommey has a serious case for the greatest IGL (in-game leader) in Call of Duty history.

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