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Warzone For Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Ticks Over 50 Million Users In Its First Month

Posted on April 10, 2020 by Nick Moreno

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The craze that has tailed behind the previously dropped Warzone for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare certainly deserves the merit behind its popularity. Combining the well-refined and compact first-person shooter formula of the 2019 installment with a exceeding player count with battle royale instantly flocked over hundreds of thousands of players to drop into Verdansk.

Even more, the newest addition is completely free: no prior payment or necessity to own the November-released game – anyone can play Warzone at their disposal. With cross-platform play also integrated between Xbox, PlayStation, and PC, this continues to open opportunity for players to continue returning to Warzone.

And we have seen big results from the game’s performance following release. In its first day alone, Warzone received roughly 6 million players which broke records for games of that degree. Now a month in, Warzone has again broke the sound barrier as the game has welcomed over 50 million players in the first 30 days of going live.

Activision on Twitter announced the new on the series’ official account.

Not only to mention the positive effect that came from Warzone fundamentally, but also the added content that was subjected to the mode since then. Developer Infinity Ward has dropped client patches and title updates which continued to bring replayability to the player such as solos and now the recent return of trios earlier today.

Furthermore, Infinity Ward in the roadmap for Warzone regarding the recently established Season 3 for Modern Warfare announced that two more operatives are expected to drop in the latter of the content season. The overview for Season 3 also shares that a new mode equipping players with sniper rifles and shotguns will debut later on also.

To put the insanity in comparison to other like releases, look at Apex Legends when abruptly dropping back in February of last year. In contrast to the battle royal shipped by Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment, the free title under Electronic Arts received over 50 million players in 28 days in contrast to the same record that Warzone achieved in 31 days. Despite not overtaking the milestone placed by Apex Legends, Warzone is a game not to be shrugged off for larger potential.

Have you played Warzone in the last month?

Cal of Duty: Modern Warfare is out now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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