How to get free Warzone Pride Month Calling Cards & Emblems

Matt Porter
Warzone player and Pride Calling Cards

Pride month is here, and Raven Software have added special Calling Cards and Emblems to help celebrate. Best of all, these cosmetics are completely free, and we’ve got everything you need to get your hands on them.

June is Pride Month, 30 days dedicated to the celebration of LGBTQ+ culture. Raven Software are continuing their annual tradition of celebrating Pride Month by releasing 14 cosmetic items for free.

These cosmetics are available in Warzone right now, meaning players can jump into the game and equip them immediately.

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How to get unlock Warzone Pride Month Cosmetics free

Getting the Warzone Pride Month cosmetics is remarkably easy, and best of all, it won’t cost any money either.

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Simply open Warzone on PC, Xbox, or PlayStation, head to the Barracks, and head to your cosmetics. There, you’ll find special Calling Cards and Emblems that you can equip.

Raven revealed two of the cosmetics on Twitter on June 1, including the Lion’s Pride Emblem and the Gaymer animated Emblem.

The special Pride Month Calling Cards were actually hand-crafted and specifically designed for the game. Raven Software revealed the creators of the eight flags added in 2021, but haven’t credited the six new designers yet.

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  1. Genderqueer by Marilyn Roxie
  2. Agender by Salem
  3. Aromantic by Cameron
  4. Intersex by Morgan Carpenter
  5. Genderfluid by JJ Poole
  6. Pansexual by Jasper
  7. Gay Man by Gayflagblog
  8. Progress Pride by Daniel Quasar

Warzone’s Pride Month cosmetics are live in the game right now, so jump into the action and show your Pride!

Image Credits: Raven Software

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Matt is CharlieINTEL's UK Editor, specializing in all things Call of Duty, including Warzone and Modern Warfare 2. Matt previously worked as a freelance esports writer for Gfinity, before joining Dexerto in 2018 as a Junior & Senior Writer. You can contact Matt via email at: [email protected]