Activision continues to incentivize people who enable 2FA for their Warzone accounts. Not only is it an incredible security layer but is also needed for gifting. In this guide, we have detailed all there is to know about how to enable 2FA (Two-Factor Authorization) for Call of Duty: Warzone with step-by-step instructions.
Enable 2FA for Call of Duty: Warzone
Enabling 2FA for Warzone is generally a good idea. It not only makes the account more secure from malicious intents but is also required for gifting. On top of all that, enabling it and gifting something rewards 2 hours of 2x Battle Pass XP. This should allow players to get a slight edge over their friends when it comes to getting new weapons like C58.
How does one enable 2FA for Call of Duty: Warzone? Keep on reading to find out!
- Open up Activision’s 2FA page.
- Click on ‘Set Up Two-Factor Authentication.
- Sign into the Activision account. Those who do not remember the e-mail can also use their linked Xbox Live, PSN, Battle.Net accounts.
- Once done, find and install Google Authenticator App on the mobile device – it is available for both Google PlayStore and Apple Store.
- After it is installed, press the ‘+’ icon at the top-left of the Google Authenticator app and scan the QR code provided at the Activision’s 2FA page.
- Once that is done, simply type the code shown in the Google Authenticator App.
This should successfully enable Two-Factor Authentication for Call of Duty: Warzone. In order to log into Warzone from now on, players will need to enter the code that should appear in the Google Authenticator App. It is all extremely simple and makes your Warzone accounts a lot more secure.
That is all we have got in how to enable 2FA for Call of Duty: Warzone. Feel free to check out our detailed Call of Duty: Warzone wiki guides for more help on the game.