Warpath: List of Gift Codes and How To Find More of Them

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Warpath is a new World War II-themed strategy game for the iOS and Android platforms. You can build a base, train an army full of soldiers and machines, and fight for dominance on your server against other players, or against computer controlled enemy bases.

The developer, Lilith Games, often releases gift codes as part of promotional events, annual seasons, or special rewards for loyal players. Gift codes can be exchanged and redeemed for free prizes. Each gift code can only be used once per player, but each player can use as many different gift codes as they want to for as big of an advantage as possible.

Read on for a list of gift codes, how to find more of them, and how to redeem them in Warpath!

To unlock redemption of these codes, get far enough through the tutorial that you are able to tap on whatever you want. When this happens, tap on your avatar to get to the next menu.

Once you do that, tap on the button that says “options“, and then tap on the button after that that says “gift“. The next screen will feature a text box.

Enter the code into the text box by typing it or by copy and paste it from another source. After you do that, hit The button to submit the code, and as long as the code is working, you will receive your free rewards.

There are many sources for codes, especially for a big game such as Warpath, but one of the first places to start looking is on the official Facebook page for the game, because the developer is extremely active and often gives out codes. Subscribe to the page so that you can find the newest codes as quickly as possible, and go back through the older posts to see if there are any codes that you missed.

Don’t just look at Facebook, though, but be sure to look at Instagram, Twitter, VK, and other social media platforms as well, including the Chinese social media platforms, especially because the developer is from China. Look through their feeds, because you have a chance at finding codes that are shared exclusively on one of the above platforms but none of the others.

Reddit is another great source for codes. All you have to do is go to the Subreddit for the game, look through all of the threads until you find a post with codes or asking about codes, and then use anything that you can find. If you have codes that you don’t see posted here, then be sure to add them so that other players can use them.

Twitch and YouTube are two other places where you are very likely to find codes, because streamers and Youtubers often get codes straight from the developer themselves. This is for promotional purposes, meaning that these codes are not giving out publicly until the concentrators give them out themselves. Since this would be the earliest place to find these codes, then check the videos and streams for codes.

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Discord is another excellent source for Codes. Simply except the invite, and then when you’re in the channel, use the search bar to look for any message containing the word “code”. You’re probably going to have to search through a lot of players asking for Codes, but you’re also likely to find players sharing Codes them selves.

So far, these are the codes that have been made available for Warpath:

warpath2021

The following codes might be expired:

valentine2021

theSpringFestival

Forum

Game

In

Out

Check

nywp

santajack

merryxmas

tday20

warpath_ojg

warpath001

warpath_cp

warpath_bvg

TrickorRetreat

Be sure to keep checking back, as we are constantly adding new codes!

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