What is a Hitmarker in Warzone?

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. 

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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
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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.