What's a 'PR' in Warzone?
By Ayrton Lauw
What's a "PR" in Warzone? Of all the things Warzone has to show players — information like kill-to-death ratio and other percentages — there is one stat that the game does not outline for players, and that is their PR.
The acronym soup that gaming has wrought is a bit daunting when trying to figure out what they all mean, especially when Warzone's guns typically all have acronyms like the XM4. So, it's easy to understand why it may be a task to decipher what a certain set of letters means as opposed to another set.
What's a "PR" in Warzone?
A "PR" is a personal record, and records the highest score they've ever achieved in a match in whatever category. An example might include the highest kill count they've ever had when in solo queue.
Personal records are important, and the community sees a lot of posts about a player's PRs because it is solid number of how well they're able to play. The higher the number, the more formidable the player is.
There are a plethora of applications that many can try to use as well to find out a player's PR, however, the community consensus is to use WZ Ranked's program to find this number out.
Though Warzone offers players statistics like their kill-to-death ratio, the game does not list any PRs for players. Instead, they would have to resort to third-party applications in order to gather that information for themselves. It could even go as far as just keeping a physical record book themselves in order to remember it as well.