If you want to add a bit of flair to your firepower in Call of Duty: Warzone, you’ll want to try out tracers. As the name implies, tracer rounds leave a visible trail behind them when fired. And, unlike in the real world, Warzone has several vibrant colors of tracers to choose from. How do you get tracer rounds in Warzone? Keep reading to find out.
Call of Duty: Warzone | How to get tracer rounds
If you want to get tracer rounds in Call of Duty: Warzone, you’ll have to pay for the privilege. Tracers are only available for purchase through the in-game Call of Duty store, with each tracer pack bundle costing between 1,600 and 2,500 COD Points.
At the time of writing, Warzone has four different colors of tracer rounds available: Red, blue, green, and pink. And, just like in Modern Warfare, tracers are only available to use with specific weapons, one primary and one secondary. To buy tracers in the store, look for Tracer Pack Red bundle for red tracers or the Nikto Operator bundle for blue tracers.
The green and pink tracer packs were added relatively recently. The Tracer Pack Green bundle offers green tracers compatible with the Snap Dragon RAM-7 and Gangrene .50 GS. On the other hand, the Tracer Pack Anime bundle offers pink tracers alongside the Breakup M4A1 and Casanova P90.
Call of Duty: Warzone Tracer Round bundles
For easy reference, here’s a summary of the different tracer round colors, their applicable weapons, and which bundle you need to buy in order to use them.
- Red Tracers – Tracer Pack Red (1600 COD Points)
- Cerise FN Scar 17
- Red Dwarf M19
- Blue Tracers – Nikto Operator bundle (2500 COD Points)
- Cerulean Kilo 141
- Blue Dwarf M1911
- Green Tracers – Tracer Pack Green (1600 COD Points)
- Snap Dragon RAM-7
- Gangrene .50 GS
- Pink Tracers – Tracer Pack Anime (1800 COD Points)
- The Breakup M4A1
- Casanova P90
Regardless of which tracer round bundle you purchase, you’ll also earn yourself bonuses like a charm, sticker, or calling card. In the case of the Nikto bundle, you’ll also gain access to the operator Nikto as well as the finishing move known as The Fix.
For better or worse, you’ll have to buy tracer rounds in Warzone using COD Points. If you don’t have any COD Points sitting around, you’ll have to buy tracer bundles with actual cash. Still, it’s a small price to pay if you’re dead-set on using colored bullets to take out your enemies.