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How to raise your Win / Loss Ratio on Call of Duty WWII

Updated on November 25, 2017
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John has been writing video game strategy guides for seven years in addition to publishing gaming videos on YouTube.


When you are going to increase your win to loss ratio there are many factors. The two biggest factors are what game mode you are playing, and whether you are alone, or playing with a team. Weapons, perks, kill streaks all play a minor role, but the two biggest factors is what you are playing and who you are playing those games with. I will talk below about strategies to help you get your win loss record back on track. If you have any questions please comment below.

Game Modes

When you are going to try and get your win / loss record back on track, the game modes you are playing is extremely important. If you are going to play objective based game modes it is extremely important that you are playing the objective. With that being said I have seen a lot of objective games get lost because 1 or 2 of the people on the team are simply camping for kills. If you are going to go for kills, then at least be near the objective.

Next is finding your skill set for game modes. One of the most important things that affects your win loss ratio is your skill set in playing certain game modes. For some playing regular team death match is what suits them best. For me playing hardcore domination is what my best game mode is, and what my team plays. In this installment of Call of Duty me and my team has begun finding ourselves playing a lot of the War game mode. War provides a set of objectives in which your kills do not count, therefore everyone in the game is extremely focused on the current task at hand.

Another aspect that impacts your game mode choice should be who you are playing with. If you are playing by yourself learning how to play, and getting your skills up in free for all may be your best option. This is especially true considering in free for all you only need to place in the top 3 to get a win. Which in the event you find yourself decent at this game mode should not be too difficult of a challenge.

What this all comes to is you need to play the game mode that you are most comfortable with. While playing that game mode you should try an meet like minded players that have microphones and can communicate. My team is able to win most games of domination solely on the fact that any time one of us dies in game we yell out the position of the player that killed us. Typically that player does not last much longer.

Choosing the right perks can also help you a great amount. If you are going to play capture the flag setting your character up for increased speed, or to move silently through the enemy spawn may allow you to steal their flag and bring it back to your base.

What not to do.

If you are trying to increase your win ratio I wouldn't advise playing objective game modes and going solely for kills. This not only will hurt your team, but there is a significant chance you will lose the game.

Do not leave early from games. Leaving early from games will count as a loss on your record. If you feel you got dealt a bad hand with the opponents you are facing, or the teammates you have been stuck with, stay out the game and hope that potentially your team can pull off a win.


Overall your win ratio is something that will increase over time as you play. As your skill increases, and you learn which game modes suit you best, you will slowly increase your win ratio.

© 2017 John Reid-Roberts


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