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How to get free double Battle Pass XP by enabling Call of Duty Two-Factor Authentication

Activision are offering Call of Duty players free Double Pass XP Tokens for enabling Two-Factor Authentication and protecting their account.

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Call of Duty Two Factor Authentication

Call of Duty players can add an additional, much-needed layer of security to their Activision account by enabling Two-Factor Authentication, and also get some free Double Battle Pass XP Tokens as a reward.

With unified progression across Cold War, Modern Warfare, and Warzone, your Call of Duty account is likely filled with a plethora of valuable cosmetic items. Unfortunately, there are people out there who will try to steal your account, taking away all of your progress and purchased items.

If the worst happens and your account is breached, you can check out our complete guide on how to get your stolen Activision account back, but you should enable Two-Factor Authentication to reduce the risk.

As an incentive to activate Two-Factor Authentication, Activision is offering players two hours worth of Double Battle Pass XP Tokens.

Here’s how to enable 2FA, secure your account, and get some free Double XP Tokens.

How to enable CoD Two-Factor Authentication

Activision Two-Factor Authentication
  1. Go to Activision’s Two-Factor Authentication page to start.
  2. Select ‘Set Up Two-Factor Authentication’
  3. Log in to your Call of Duty account through your Activision login, or a linked PlayStation, Xbox, Steam, or Battle.net account.
  4. Download ‘Google Authenticator’ for your phone, available on the App Store or Google Play Store. Or, you can use another authentication app of your choice.
  5. Press the ‘+’ icon on the top left of the Google Authenticator, and scan the QR code displayed on the page.
  6. Enter the code in the ‘Google Authenticator’ app to finalize the link.

After you’ve completed the process, be sure to log in to your account one more time just to verify the process was correct.

Once this is done and activated, when you log in to your Activision or Call of Duty account, you will be asked to use the Google Authenticator passcode in addition to your regular password to log in.

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After you set up Two-Factor Authentication, you’ll immediately get access to your two, 1-hour 2x Battle Pass XP Tokens. And if you already had 2FA enabled, you’ll receive your Tokens when they roll out on May 28.

With Season 3 drawing to a close and Season 4 set to launch on June 16 or 17, these 2x XP Tokens will be a major boost in helping you finish the Season 3 Battle Pass.

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