My Warzone Legacy


Call of Duty: How to See Your “My Warzone Legacy” Video

Abhimannu Das
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You need your Activision ID to view your My Warzone Legacy video on the official website.
The custom videos highlight your achievements in the past two years of Warzone.
The videos include only Warzone 1.0 stats and will not be updated once Warzone 2.0 launches.

Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 launches on 16th November and it also marks the end of an era. The original Warzone has been out for 141 weeks and players have reached countless personal milestones. As we move forward and head to a new generation of Warzone, the developers want to celebrate the moments created by players since March 2020. There is a new “My Warzone Legacy” video which is a special highlight reel for players to view. 

How to find your “My Warzone Legacy” video

Right now, you can get a special highlight reel showcasing your personal achievements, from your first drop to giving out superlatives to your favorite squadmates. These videos are meant to be shared by players with their friends using custom looks.

Head to to get your own Warzone Legacy video through your Activision ID.

In Warzone or Modern Warfare 2, the process to find your ID is the same. Here’s what you need to do: 

  1. Head to the Settings menu

  2. Open the Account and Network tab

  3. Scroll down until you see the Activision ID tab and click on it

  4. Your Activision ID will now be visible as a name with a hashtag and some numbers

Do note that your Activision ID and IDs are separate even though they share the same format. If you want to find your Activision ID online: 

  1. Head to: 

  2. Log in with your email and password 

  3. Head to Account Settings in the Profile menu

  4. There is an Activision ID tab that shows your current ID

Once you put in your Activision ID in the My Warzone Legacy page, you will be able to view your custom video. It is unknown how long the page will be up with Warzone 2.0 set to launch today (16th November) so if you want to preserve your memories, you should download the video for safekeeping.

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Abhimannu is a PC esports writer at AFK Gaming. With over seven years of experience in esports journalism, he has worked on a myriad of games and their ecosystems including Valorant, Overwatch and Apex Legends.

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