The Emblem Gallery in Call of Duty: WWII is your one-stop shop to create and share emblems you’ve crafted, view and like emblems designed by your friends and the community, and apply emblems to your soldier.
Head down the hill past the Theater in Headquarters to visit the Emblem Gallery.
Please note: Sledgehammer Games has zero tolerance for toxic behavior. Offensive emblems will be deleted and result in your permanent ban from using the editor.
Whether it's seen in the game, on the leaderboards, or when another player checks you out in Headquarters, your emblem is part of your in-game identity and provide even more personalization for your soldier.
Within the Emblem Editor, you can choose from a variety of pre-loaded emblems, shapes, characters, and WWII icons to create your own unique design. Each of these icons and shapes can be moved around the emblem canvas, layered, skewed, rotated, colored, and textured to forge your emblem.
You can also use the Craft Emblems section to apply an emblem to your soldier, including Standard Issue, emblems you've found in Supply Drops, emblems you've created, or emblems you've downloaded.
Check out emblems your friends and fellow players created under View Emblems.
In the TOP section, you'll see the top 50 emblems voted on by the Call of Duty community. Vote for emblems you admire, or download emblems you like and want to use for yourself. Check out the emblems your friends have made in the FRIENDS section. Here, you can also upvote or download emblems.
You can now create custom emblems on callofduty.com using the same options and controls you'll find within the Call of Duty: WWII Emblem Editor. To create an emblem and access it in game, you'll need to be logged in to your linked Call of Duty account.
Please note: We recommend periodically saving your progress while creating an emblem.
To get started:
Use the Controls to adjust the Position and Scale of each icon or shape you add to a layer of your emblem. The sliders in the Position palette adjust the location of the icon or shape, while the sliders under Scale and Scale (Fixed) affect the skew or size of the icon or shape. Position can also be altered by dragging the icon or shape with your mouse.
Each palette under Controls also have sliders to rotate or set an opacity to an icon or shape.
Select Toggle Grid to place a grid within the Canvas, giving you more precision on layer placement. Switch between Fill and Outline to give the icon or shape a different look, or choose Flip Horiz to create a mirror image of the icon or shape. When selecting Change Shape, you can pick another icon or shape that will retain any adjustments you've already made to the layer.
The Color Picker allows you to find and apply the exact color you want for a given layer. Use the slider and the eyedropper to find the color you want. Or, if you know the Hex or RGB color code, you can enter it in the spaces below the color palette.
Select Gradient Editor to open another palette, allowing you to further refine your color choice. Here, you can select two colors for a gradient, apply linear or radial gradients, and make adjustments to your gradient.
Group layers when you want to apply the same adjustments to multiple layers. To do this, select Group, then select each layer you'd like to group together.
If you want to duplicate a layer, highlight the layer, then select Copy to add an identical version of that layer.
Don't like a layer you created? Highlight it and select Cut to delete it.
Once you've finished your creation, select the pencil icon next to CustomEmblem to enter your emblem's name. Then, select Save in the upper right-hand corner to save the emblem to your collection. You can save up to 30 emblems in your collection.