How to play Warzone Elimination Challenge: Rewards, end date, more

Nathan Warby
Warzone 2 Operator with Warzone Elimination Challenge logo

Call of Duty and PlayStation have teamed up for the Warzone Elimination Challenge event, giving players the chance to earn free rewards. So, here’s everything you need to know about the PS-exclusive Warzone Elimination Challenge, from the end date to how to get involved.

Warzone 2 Season 4 is in full swing, and players are getting to grips with Vondel and the new weapons it introduced. Since the update, the devs have also been keeping the community occupied with special events, such as Assault on Vondel which saw fans tracking down Detonators for rewards.

Now, a new event is underway, as CoD have teamed up with PlayStation for the Warzone Elimination Challenge, which allows players to earn free rewards simply by playing the game.

Here’s everything we know about the Warzone Elimination Challenge, including how to take part.

  • Warzone Elimination Challenge start & end date
  • What is the Warzone Elimination Challenge?
  • How to play Warzone Elimination Challenge
  • Warzone Elimation Challenge rewards

Warzone Elimination Challenge start & end date

The Warzone Elimination Challenge began on Wednesday, July 5, 2023, after being announced by a tweet from the official PlayStation Twitter account.

It’s set to run for six days before coming to an end on Tuesday, July 11, giving players just under a week to claim all the prizes on offer.

What is the Warzone Elimination Challenge?

The Warzone Elimination Challenge is a limited-time event where players can earn exclusive rewards by completing in-game challenges. These objectives require fans to rack up a certain number of kills in either battle royale or Resurgence playlists.

They can be completed alone or in squads, but only your kills will count toward your own challenges. Unfortunately, DMZ isn’t one of the eligible modes so any kills on AI or other enemies won’t help you in the Warzone Challenge.

The event is exclusive to PS5 and PS4 players, meaning those on Xbox and PC are unable to take part for the time being.

How to play Warzone Elimination Challenge

All you have to do to take part in the Warzone Elimination Challenge is have an active PSN account that is linked to your Activision account. This will allow the devs to track your kills as you work towards each challenge.

Check out how to play the Warzone Elimination Challenge below:

  1. Link your Activision and PlayStation accounts by heading to the CoD website.
  2. Go to ‘Profile’ and select ‘Account Linking.’
  3. Enter your PSN details to link the two accounts.
  4. Load into Warzone 2 on your PS4 or PS5 console.
  5. Start earning kills to complete challenges.
Warzone Operator holding Pistol
The Warzone Elimination Challenge tasks players with racking up kills.

Warzone Elimation Challenge rewards

There are different challenges to complete in the Warzone Elimination Challenge event, two individual objectives and one that applies to the whole community. Once each has been ticked off, players will find a code on the WEC website which can be redeemed on the official Call of Duty site.

Check out the full list of Warzone Elimination Challenge rewards and objectives below:

Get five eliminationsCalling Card & Emblem
Get 50 eliminationsDouble Weapon & Player XP Tokens
Get 20,000,000 eliminations (community challenge)Calling Card & Emblem

That was everything we know about the Warzone Elimination Challenge so far. We’ll be sure to update this page with any future rewards added to the list.

In the meantime, take a look at our other guides:

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About The Author

Nathan is a Senior Writer at CharlieIntel. He’s an expert in EA Sports FC, Call of Duty, and Overwatch, as well as superhero games, including Marvel’s Spider-Man. With a master's degree in Magazine Journalism from Nottingham Trent University, he worked as a Trainee Reporter for Derbyshire Live before moving into games media, with bylines at Dexerto, Cultured Vultures, and more. You can contact Nathan by email at [email protected].