Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Tracker from statistics tracking site, Tracker Network, was a valuable tool for in-depth tracking in Blackout and regular multiplayer.
Tracker Network rose to popularity especially with Fortnite due to Epic Games' lack of statistics in the game. It was a no brainer to expand to further battle royale titles and eventually Blackout when it released last October.
But, unfortunately for fans of the service, here's why you can't track your Blackout stats on Tracker Network.
Our temporary fix no longer works. COD Stats are not updating again.— Call of Duty Tracker • COD.TRACKER.GG (@CODTracker) March 7, 2019
Without @Activision or @TreyarchPC help, it looks like we will no longer be able to do stats for Call of Duty. https://t.co/67ffHNFwBA
Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Tracker: Why You Can't Track Your Blackout Stats
The CoDTracker Twitter account, the official Call of Duty account for Tracker Network, tweeted that Activision was blocking the site from pulling statistics. Since then, it's been impossible to check your stats on the site.
Not taking anything away from Tracker Network's service, but Blackout does a good job currently at tracking stats for Blackout. But, as previously shown in other games, Tracker Network takes that extra step.
For those wanting to use Tracker Network in other titles, here's a list of games the service covers:
- Destiny 2
- PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS
- Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege
- Rocket League
- Realm Royale
- Battlefield 1
- For Honor
- Halo 5: Guardians
- Tom Clancy's The Division
Photo courtesy of Activision/Treyarch