Our Call of Duty: WW2 - Kill Confirmed guide contains tips, tricks and strategy advice that’ll help you win more games.
We liken Kill Confirmed to Team Deathmatch with a twist. It resembles it’s classic multiplayer counterpart in all ways but one - the existence of dog tags.
Whenever you eliminate an opponent in Kill Confirmed they’ll drop their dog tag on the ground and it’s up to you to pick it up. If you don’t, then the kill won’t count towards your team’s total score. So, it’s all well and good taking out the enemy, but if you don’t collect their dog tags then it won’t count for anything.
You’re also able to run over your teammates dog tags so the enemy can’t get to them, which makes for an interesting ebb and flow to each match. There’s a surprising amount of strategy when it comes to Kill Confirmed and that’s why we’ve put together a handy guide below that’ll help you dominate proceedings.
Head back to our main Call of Duty: WW2 multiplayer guide for expert insight on every other area of the competitive game!
How does Kill Confirmed Work?
- Two teams of 6 players.
- The goal is to reach 75 points before the opposing team.
- Eliminate an opponent and they will drop a red dog tag. Pick this up and you will score 1 point for your team.
- If an ally is taken down, a green dog tag will be dropped. Pick this up and you will deny the enemy a chance to score a point - no points are awarded to either team.
- Whenever we’ve set foot in this mode, we’re staggered by the number of players who forget to pick up dog tags or simply choose to ignore them. When you get a kill - pursue that dog tag.
- Expanding on the point above, do make sure you’re picking up ally dog tags if you see them strewn around the battlefield. This way you’re denying the enemy a chance to score points with minimal effort.
- If you spot a set of enemy and ally dog tags together, check the area before sprinting to collect them both. There’s a chance someone from the enemy team is thinking the same thing!
- While it’s important to collect enemy and ally dog tags, it’s also essential that you’re not developing tunnel vision. Whenever you’ve secured a kill, approach the dog tags carefully so you’re not taken out by surprise.
- Always pay close attention to your radar as it’s a vital source of information. With this said, try and avoid looking at it constantly, but develop a habit of glancing at it to see if any enemies are nearby.
- Try and choose a weapon that’s appropriate to the map you’re playing on. Fighting on a vast, expansive battlefield? A sniper rifle could be a good idea. Shooting enemies in close quarters? A submachine gun will be an effective choice of weapon.
- When you’re engaged in a one on one fight with an enemy, always aim for the head as headshots deal immense damage.
That’s all we’ve got for now, but we’ll continue to update this guide with further strategy advice as we get more hands on time with Kill Confirmed. Keep this article on your radar for more tips and tricks soon!