CoD WW2 Prestige Guide - How to Level up and Earn XP Quickly, Rank up - How to Prestige in CoD WW2, All Prestige Emblems

Here's our complete CoD WW2 tips guide, featuring everything you need to know to dominate the online competition, as well as how to level up quickly, how to Prestige, and Commend a player in Headquarters.

Guide by Hirun Cryer, .

In Call of Duty: WW2, gaining XP and ranking up as quickly as possible is the aim of the game. As such, we've put together this handy CoD WW2 leveling up quickly guide, in order to help you use your time as effectively as possible while playing online, and earn XP as quickly as possible, all with the end goal of gaining a Call of Duty WW2 Prestige level. We'll also be uncovering all the CoD WW2 Prestige Emblems, giving you the rundown of which Emblems equate to which Prestige levels.

If you need anything else at all relating to the multiplayer side of Call of Duty: WW2, including the best multiplayer weapons to use no matter the situation, as well as a guide to all the main modes, check out our Call of Duty: WW2 multiplayer guide.

CoD WW2 - How to Earn XP Level up Quickly, and Prestige

After every online match of Call of Duty: WW2, you'll earn XP based upon all your actions in that one game. You'll always earn XP for all the kills you scored in the game, but you'll also be rewarded for whether you played the actual objective of the game, and this is key to leveling up quickly.

Completing orders from Headquarters will earn you some small XP on the side.

For example, if you're playing a game of Domination, where two teams compete to control three zones around the map, you'll be rewarded with more XP if you captured or defended any zones against enemy players. One thing to bear in mind is that Call of Duty: WW2 always rewards players for playing the objective over going for kills, so if you're playing Domination, you should go after the three zones, instead of just running around the map and seeking out players to kill. This is key to earning XP quickly, and using the game modes in Call of Duty: WW2 to level up quickly.

How to Presige Quickly in CoD WW2

Just below, we'll run through the best game modes through which to earn the most amount of XP in Call of Duty: WW2. We'll also be explaining exactly how you can get the most amount of XP out of just a single game of each mode, so you can quickly level up, all with the goal of working towards a Call of Duty WW2 Prestige level.

  • Domination - As we mentioned just above, Domination revolves around two teams competing to control three points at once. You can earn massive amounts of XP for both capturing and holding zones against enemy players, even more so if you get any kills while capturing a zone. This is a great mode to get stuck into, especially if you're in the early ranks, as it'll earn you XP very quickly.
  • Hardpoint - Another mode that revolves around capturing a point, Hardpoint instead features a single point, that moves around the map every minute. Holding the point gains you a steady stream of XP, but if you're able to either kill enemies on the point, or hold them off from invading the point, then you're bound to get some huge XP rewards and level up quickly.
  • War - This is a slightly strange one to include, but there's some solid XP to gain since this mode is once again based around zones. Both teams attack and defend a series of objectives, and if you happen to be in the vacinity of an objective while defending it from enemy players, you're bound to gain some nice XP rewards after the game if over, even if your side ends up losing.
  • Team Deathmatch - Again, another mode that might sound like an odd one to include, Team Deathmatch is an excellent mode for gaining XP quickly from, if you're a good player. If you honestly excel at simply killing enemy players, rather than actually playing the objective, then we'd recommend going with Team Deathmatch, or maybe even Free-for-All if you're feeling daring, as you'll bag yourself some huge XP rewards if you come in near the top of your team at the end of the game.
Using Scorestreaks will also get you some XP rewards.

These are all the best modes that we'd recommend playing, if you're looking to gain multiplayer XP in Call of Duty: WW2 and level up quickly to gain a Call of Duty WW2 Prestige level. Bear in mind that we're not guaranteeing you'll earn massive amounts of XP simply from playing these modes, as you'll have to perform to a fairly decent level while in-game, if you want to be rewarded with hefty amounts of XP.

CoD WW2 Prestige Emblems

Just below, you can see all the Prestige Emblems that you'll be rewarded with, every time you successfully gain a Prestige level in Call of Duty: WW2.

You can see that you'll start off with the bronze star once you've Prestiged for the first time, but once you've attained the high status of Prestige Master in CoD WW2, you'll be rewarded with the exclusive globe-themed emblem at the bottom of the picture.

The brand new War Machine DLC pack 2 is now live for Call of Duty: WW2 players on the PS4, coming at a later date to the Xbox One and PC. Head over to our CoD WW2 War Machine DLC guide for a complete breakdown of all the brand new content.

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  • Avatar for Brianej55 #1 Brianej55 A year ago
    Would appreciate if anyone could get back and help please on how to get off the beach on game opening?
    Thank you
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  • Avatar for vegitagt36 #2 vegitagt36 A year ago
    @Brianej55 If you’re playing on Veteran and struggling to get across the beach on D-Day something that could help would be to follow/listen to the NPC’s. When you land start to run when Tucker runs. Next, start to run again when Pierson instructs you to move. Following the NPC’s should get you to the top of the beach. Though it still may take a few tries.
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  • Avatar for shazza1 #3 shazza1 A year ago
    I would like to add that to unlock the SVT, you need to prestige once through the infantry division; not reach prestige from your soldier rank. each division, when prestiged, unlocks a special gun. that should be rectified in the article!
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  • Avatar for spaprock #4 spaprock 11 months ago
    What's that old adage, "opinions are like a-holes, everyone has one and they all stink". The best guns of COD WWII is no exception.

    My opinion is based on around 500 games of mainly hardcore, team deathmatch.

    1. BAR - The list is correct there, the best overall gun, regardless of distance
    2. FG42 & STG44 - A close tie to being the 2nd best rifles compared to the bar. The FG42 does a little better on range, the STG shoots faster so it's better up close
    3. MP40 - Best SMG
    4. M1A Carbine - Best sniper rifle (yes I know it's a regular rifle, but it out does all the snipes)
    5. MG-42 - Arguably the best LMG, close runner up is the MG-15

    My opinion on the guns stated in the list above, the SVT-40 sucks, it jumps everywhere so you'll likely need to always use the grip to tame it. The 1941 and the PPsH on hardcore take way too many bullets to take someone down unless you are right on top of them. The Lewis LMG takes forever to reload, but the same can be said for just about all the LMGs, the difference being it's capacity is a lot less than a MG42 so you are reloading a lot more with the Lewis.
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