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Warzone Lion's Pride and Gaymer Emblems: How to Claim

"Check 'em out, drop in and celebrate!"
"Check 'em out, drop in and celebrate!" / Image courtesy of Raven Software

In celebration of LGBTQ+ Pride Month 2022, Raven Software announced that it will be giving players a free batch of Emblems in Call of Duty: Warzone Season 3 Reloaded.

Here's a breakdown of everything you need to know about the Lion's Pride and Gaymer Emblems, as well as how to claim them in Warzone.

"Lion's Pride and Gaymer Emblems just dropped for free for all #Warzone players!" Raven Software's official Tweet reads. "Happy Pride!! Check 'em out, drop in and celebrate!"

Similar to its Pride Calling Cards giveaway event around this time a year ago, Raven has released some free in-game items in honor of the festivities. The Emblems are both free and have been added to players' inventories automatically.

The Lion's Pride emblem features the large cat in a rainbow color, paying homage to the LGBTQ+ flag.

Meanwhile, the Gaymer Emblem is animated and features the LGBTQ+, Transgender, Bisexual, Pansexual, Gay Men, Asexual, Genderqueer, Agender, Aromantic and Intersex flags.

This isn't the first time Pride-themed cosmetics have been added to Warzone. Last year, eight Pride flag calling cards were given to all players in honor of Pride Month 2021:

  • Genderqueer: Purple, white and green
  • Agender: Black, gray, white and lime
  • Aromantic: Green, lime, white, grey and black
  • Intersex: Yellow with a purple circle
  • Genderfluid: Pink, white, violet, black and indigo
  • Pansexual: Pink, yellow and blue
  • Gay Man (Achillean): Shades of teal, white and shades of blue
  • Progress Pride: Traditional 6-color flag with trans and "Philly" triangle stripes

In 2020, six other flags made an appearance as calling cards in honor of Pride month as well:

  • Asexual: Black, gray, white and purple
  • Transgender: Blue, pink and white
  • Bisexual: Pink, purple and blue
  • 6-Stripe LGBTQ+: Red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple
  • Non-binary: Yellow, white, purple and black
  • Lesbian: Shades of pink, white and shades of red (though it has since been replaced within the community by the design published by Emily Gwen)

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