Call of Duty: Warzone - How to enable 2FA

Call of Duty: Warzone - How to enable 2FA

 Activision continues to encourage people to enable 2FA for their Warzone accounts. This is not only an incredible level of security, but also essential for gifts. In this guide, we've detailed everything there is to know about how to enable 2FA (Two-Factor Authentication) for Call of Duty: Warzone, with step-by-step instructions.

Enable 2FA in Call of Duty: Warzone

Enabling 2FA for Warzone is generally a good idea. This not only makes the account more secure from malicious activity, but it is also necessary for donation. On top of that, if you turn it on and gift something, you get 2 hours of Battle Pass XP for 2 hours.

This should allow players to have a slight edge over their friends when it comes to getting new weapons like the C58.

How do I enable two-factor authentication for Call of Duty: Warzone? Read on to find out!

  • Open the 2FA Activision page.
  • Click Set Up Two-Factor Authentication.
  • Sign in to your Activision account. Those who can't remember email can also use their linked Xbox Live, PSN, Battle.Net accounts.
  • After that, find and install the Google Authenticator app on your mobile device - it is available in both the Google PlayStore and the Apple Store.
  • Once installed, click the "+" sign in the upper left corner of the Google Authenticator app and scan the QR code listed on the 2FA Activision page.
  • Once this is done, simply enter the code shown in the Google Authenticator app.
  • This should successfully enable 2FA for Call of Duty: Warzone. To enter Warzone from now on, players will need to enter a code that should appear in the Google Authenticator app. This is all extremely simple and makes your Warzone accounts more secure.
These are all tips on how to enable 2FA for Call of Duty: Warzone. Feel free to check out our in-depth Call of Duty: Warzone wiki guides for more help with the game.

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