KD Calculator (Kill/Death Ratio)
Our KD calculator allows you to calculate your kill/death/assist ratios in your favorite video game! Now you can easily compare your results with those of other players.
If you'd like to find out what is KD ratio and discover some essential facts about it - you've also come to the right place. 🎮
Keep in mind that our kill-death ratio calculator works both ways, so you can easily find out how many kills you need to achieve the ratio of your dreams, and finally, make it into FaZe Clan.
How to use the KD calculator
It couldn't be any simpler. All you have to do is to enter the following values into our KD ratio calculator:
- Your number of deaths;
- Your number of assists; and
- Your number of kills.
We decided to provide you with both your kill/death and the kill/death/assist ratios since different games may take kills and assists together into the final account, so it doesn't matter if someone steals your kill.
You may want to play with it a bit and compare your KD or KDA ratios for different periods or to your overall score.
How to calculate your KD ratio?
Our KD calculator is based on two simple equations:
KD = kills / deaths, for your kill/deaths ratio; and
KDA = (kills + assists)/ deaths, for your kill-deaths/assists ratio.
That means, if a player has 10 kills and 5 deaths, his KD ratio is equal to 2. A KD ratio of 1 means that the player got killed exactly as many times as he successfully eliminated his opponents.
💡 Are you unsure of what a ratio is? check out our ratio calculator to read about this!
What is a KD ratio?
The KD (kill/deaths) ratio is a good, unified way to compare player's proficiencies. It describes the number of kills and deaths achieved by a player during a game. As well as covering only one match, the KD ratio may be used for a given bundle of games or for the player's whole career.
We shouldn't confuse the KD ratio with the KD spread, a term used for a single game to describe a player's or the team's skills.
What is a good KD ratio?
Once we know how to calculate the KD ratio, we should learn how to evaluate it:
Look at the equation: it tells us that the more kills you get, the bigger the ratio, so the bigger the ratio, the better player you are. And maybe your gameplay will provide good quality content to produce a successful live stream.
KDs below 1 means that you sometimes died without getting any kills.
A KD of 1 or greater generally means you were a benefit to your team, as opposed to being a feeder, but this may not take into account assists or any strategic value you provided, e.g., capturing flags, healing.
What's the difference between the KDA ratio and the KD ratio?
The difference between KDA and KD ratios is that KDA takes assists into account, while KD does not. KDA is the sum of your kills and assists divided by the number of deaths. KD instead neglects assists and always results in a lower or equal number.
What is a good KD ratio?
Any number greater than 1.00. It depends on the game, but generally a KD greater than 1 means you're winning most of your fights, with anything between 1.2-1.6 being really good. This number might be much higher if you play games without skill-based matchmaking.
What is the KDA of 5 kills, 7 assists, and 6 deaths?
2.00 KDA. Using the KDA formula:
(K + A)/D = KDA, we get
(5+7)/6 = 2. Where 'K' is the number of kills, 'A' is the number of assists, and 'D' is the number of deaths. This means you earn at least two kills/assists before dying during a match.
Does KD ratio matter?
Yes, but it might not accurately display your performance or contribution to your team. There are games in which you may not be able to get enough kills, or things don't turn in your favor. However, you can be a valuable asset to your team by providing support with utility (such as flashes or smokes), information, and good decision-making.
How do you calculate the KDA ratio?
To calculate the KDA, or kill-death-assist ratio, follow these steps:
- Add the number of kills and the number of assists you got.
- Divide this value by the number of your deaths.
- The result is your KDA ratio. This number displays how many kills/assists you got before dying during a round/match, and it is always greater than or equal to the KD ratio.