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How To Ping Enemies In Call Of Duty Warzone

How To Ping Enemies In Call Of Duty Warzone
Your first Boot Camp mission is pinging an enemy. In this guide we explain How To Ping Enemies In Call Of Duty Warzone as the less patient players among use probably ignored the Warzone tutorial entirely, in favor of jumping right into the action. Can’t blame them, we did the same.

The Boot Camp is a brand new addition to the Missions & Challenge section of Call of Duty Modern Warfare, introducd with the Warzone update. Players can now navigate to the Barracks to find a brand new selection of challenges centered around the Warzone content update.

How To Ping Enemies In Call Of Duty Warzone

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] The first challenge in Warzone is to ping an enemy. This is explained in the tutorial but if you’re here, you’ve forgot or you skipped it. Shame on you. Anyway, pinging marks things on the screen for your allies to see. When you ping an enemy, an item, or a location, your entire squad receives the same ping message on screen. This is fantastic for declaring the location of an enemy, some armor, or another valuable items for your team to grab.

Pinging is simple. You need to highlight an enemy and press up on the D-Pad. This will highlight the enemy, much like in the image above. The easiest way to do this, if you’re struggling, is to land quickly at the start of the match and then look up at the skies. You will see many players still coming down on their parachutes, slow moving and easy to target.

Simply aim your reticle at one of these players and then press Up on the D-Pad twice to ping an enemy. And that’s How To Ping Enemies In Call Of Duty Warzone.

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