Call of Duty Warzone lets you blast some of your favorite tracks from the comfort of your own vehicle. What better way to cruise through Verdansk and Rebirth Island in style? The customization feature is undoubtedly one of the coolest, but you might be wondering how it works. Well, here’s a quick rundown on how to change and unlock War Tracks in Call of Duty Warzone, along with a list of the available packs and how to adjust the volume.

How to Unlock War Tracks in Warzone

War Tracks are part of the Battle Pass rewards for certain progression tiers. If you want to unlock them all, this means you’ll need to level up your Battle Pass during each Season. However, you don’t need to spend money on the Premium Battle Pass track to unlock War Tracks, as they are all available in the free track. Here’s which ones you can unlock in Warzone Season 2:

  • Black Ops 2 Mixtape: Tier 44
  • 80s Rock II Pack: Tier 72
  • 80s Pop Pack: Tier 94

Previously available War Tracks from Warzone Season 1 include:

  • Black Ops 1 Mixtape: Tier 1
  • 80s Hip Hop War Track: Tier 44
  • 80s Rock War Track: Tier 44
  • 80s Hits War Track: Tier 94
How to Unlock War Tracks in Warzone

How to Change War Tracks in Warzone

From the main menu in Warzone, head into the Weapons tab. Click on the Vehicle Customization menu on the left-hand side. Select any vehicle you want to customize, and then tap on the War Tracks menu. You should see a complete list of War Tracks in this menu, along with a locked icon next to the ones that you don’t have available for your account.

At the time of writing, there are twelve War Track bundles available to select. That includes five from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and seven from Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.

How to Change War Tracks in Warzone

How to adjust the volume of War Tracks in Warzone

Many players, including myself, find the default volume for War Tracks to be thunderous. To adjust the volume of War Tracks in Warzone, open the options from the main menu. Open the audio tab, and then scroll to the bottom of the list. There’s a section for War Tracks, and you can enable/disable War Tracks as a Passenger and adjust the War Tracks volume. You can also change the overall Music Volume at the top of this section, which also affects War Tracks along with all other in-game music.