Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2: How to see your K/D ratio

Learn when and how to see your K/D ratio in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 so you know how you're performing.

Your kills-to-deaths ratio might be an important statistic to asses how you’re performing in many game modes, but it isn’t always easy to see your K/D ratio in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. Unfortunately the available numbers depend on which game type you’re playing, and even if kills are shown, you might not get to see the K/D ratio until the end of the match.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2: How to see your K/D ratio

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To see your K/D ratio in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, you need to open the scoreboard with Tab on PC, the touchpad on PS4 or PS5, or the View button on Xbox controller. 

What the scoreboard shows is governed by the game mode you’re playing, so objective-based modes like Hardpoint or Kill Confirmed will focus on stats relevant to their core objective, while Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, and Free For All will focus on the stats relating to how many enemies you’ve downed. If K/D ratio is show, the number represents the how many kills you’ve earned per death in the current game.

In Team Deathmatch and Free For All, open the scoreboard and you’ll see K/D ratio as the stat following Kills and Death. In Search and Destroy, you’ll only be able to see Kills and Deaths, so you’ll have to do the maths yourself on your resulting K/D. At the end of each match, you’ll be able to view your key stats including K/D ratio for that specific game.

Unfortunately, there’s no way to view the overall K/D tied to your account. Playtime stats are extremely limited in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 at the launch of the game. There’s no Combat Record available and no Barracks either. However, it’s possible that the game will be updated to include these staples so you can see your K/D ratio further down the line.

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