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Prestige fashion

For the playlist, see Prestige (playlist).

Prestige fashion is an option available to players after reaching the highest rank in multiplayer. Entering Prestige Mode, players can trade in their rank, unlocks and challenges for a new rank logo and possibly an additional Create-A-Class slot, and in later games in the series, other bonuses such as permanently unlocking a weapon. After doing this, players are set back to rank one, and can progress through multiplayer again.

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

Prestige Mode is an option that players can choose after they progress to Level 55 and max out the experience on that level. It can then be accessed in the Barracks menu. Prestige Mode restarts a player at Level 1, with all weapons and challenges reset. The player must progress through the ranks to unlock challenges and weapons again. To compensate for these losses, the player gains a special symbol next to their name indicating they are in Prestige Mode. The player can enter Prestige Mode a total of ten times (increased to twenty for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered), each time being indicated with a different symbol.

Prestige Mode is not available in the PC and Mac versions of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.


Upon entering Prestige Mode, the player unlocks new icons next to their name to show off their experience with the game. It can also be used to allow more content to the game, as many players find more enjoyment in progressing through ranks and unlocking items.


Prestige Mode causes a player to lose all unlocked weapons and perks, and (though excluded from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered) camouflages. There are no achievements or trophies associated with reaching prestige.

Call of Duty: World at War

In Call of Duty: World at War, Prestige Mode is unlocked after Level 65. Unlike the previous game, Prestige Mode is available for all systems.


Once the player enters Prestige Mode for the first time, they earn a new Custom Class slot. This also applies to the second, fourth, seventh and tenth Prestiges. The player also unlocks a Sergeant Roebuck gamer picture at first Prestige and a Sergeant Reznov gamer picture at 10th Prestige, there are also two secret achievements on Xbox 360 associated with Prestige, although they are not worth any Gamerscore. There is one for entering first Prestige (It's All About Prestige) and another for entering tenth Prestige (Go Get Some Sun).


All of the player's challenges will be reset. Also, the player will lose all perks, weapons, grenades, and attachments which they have unlocked and it has been said by many players that it is harder to prestige in Call of Duty: World at War because most of the better weapons are locked until the higher levels. In Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, the weapons are more evenly spaced out. If the player pre-ordered the game from Gamestop and Prestiges, they will lose the ability to use the M1A1 Carbine at Level 1. In the Xbox and Wii versions of the game there is a glitch that allows players to transport Perks to different profiles, which some players use to unlock perks early.