Call of Duty: Warzone allows players to view most of their statistics in-game, but does not include a PR statistic.
This leaves many players wondering what their Warzone RP is and if there is any way to locate it. For those of you who don’t know, first it is important to know what PR stands for.
PR, in Call of Duty: Warzone, means a player’s personal record. A personal best can be achieved through any of Warzone’s game modes and is usually tracked with the scoreboard once your in-game run is over.
PR in Call of Duty: Warzone
Knowing that PR stands for Personal Record in Call of Duty: Warzone, it’s time to find out what exactly a Personal Record is. It’s the highest number of kills a player has in any of the game modes.
High-profile players often share their personal record, hoping to show off their skills in Warzone. After all, racking up a ton of kills on the way to battle royale victory is an incredible feat.
I beat my pr and I won the warzone match. Let’s go!!!! pic.twitter.com/9dCt4WXS79
— Christian (@kira828) July 5, 2021
Personal records can be established in a number of ways. They can be done as a solo player with an RP in solo mode or as a solo player queuing up in duos, trios, or squads.
There are also team records, where duos, trios, or squads of four set their highest kills as a unit. This does not necessarily count as a personal record, as it is more of team achievement.
— Dyce (@DyceTV_) July 6, 2021
For those wondering what your personal record is in Call of Duty: Warzone, there is a way to find out instead of just recording it yourself and remembering the sheer number of deaths.
A wonderful tool known as WZ Ranked is available for all players to check their PR stats and more. Enter the PlayStation ID, Xbox ID, or Battle.net ID and search for it yourself.
You can then choose between the different modes to see your PR within those Warzone modes. Max Kills and Kill Record will be the statistics you are looking for to find your PR.
It also allows players to check their K / D, win rate, Gulag win rate, different loading efficiencies, and even if you’ve found yourself in the same Call of Duty: Warzone lobby as any popular streamer.