Can you see K/D ratio and death count in MW 2?

The infamous K/D ratio...

Wondering if and where you can see your K/D ratio and death count in Infinity Ward's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2? We have the answers you need, but if you're an avid COD fan, brace yourself because you might be a tad disappointed.

Where you can find your K/D ratio in Modern Warfare 2

The truth of the matter is that we aren't sure of ourselves. In all previous COD games in recent memory, including Modern Warfare 2019, simply going to your player profile in the main menu or Barracks would show you your K/D ratio. However, it is omitted in this year's Call of Duty. We've searched all over the game for an inkling of the fabled K/D ratio but have yet to turn up anything thus far. If we do find it, we'll let you know.

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Can you see your death count in Modern Warfare 2?

The news here isn't as questionable as the K/D ratio issue, but it is just as strange. While you can still pull up the scoreboard amid a match, the Deaths column is clearly missing from it. However, we can confirm the game still records your deaths as they are shown in their rightful place on the scoreboard for a few seconds after a match concludes. You can also pull up the results of the previous match in your player profile, but it seems like that's only for the last match you played. Yeah, bummer.

For more on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, check out How to fix NIAMEY-LEE error in MW2 here on Pro Game Guides.

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