Call of Duty is a multiplayer online game that uses multiple slangs and short forms to communicate. Hitmarker is one of the common slang terms used in Call of Duty: Warzone.
A hit marker in general, is the definition of “hit the mark” that defines achieving one’s aim successfully. In Call of Duty, the meaning is a bit different.
In this article, I will explain in detail the hit marker in Call of Duty: Warzone. Knowing these terms is key for anyone who wants to fully understand and communicate easily while playing Call of Duty.
What is the meaning of hitmarker and damage colors in Call of Duty?
In Call of Duty: Warzone, an icon shows up when you hit the opponent but do not get a kill. It comes up as an “x” sign, and you will hear a thump sound. However, different colors indicate damage. Here are the following:
- Green: Friendly fire
- Red: Kill confirmed from non-dot
- Purple: Kill from dot
- Orange: Critical hit/Headshot
Warzone 2 Armor Plate Hitmarker
In Call of Duty: Warzone, players can use armor vests by looting areas or completing certain in-game contracts, which will unlock an armor plate slot. As you hit the player with an armor vest, a purple hit marker will appear instead of a blue one.