‘Call of Duty: Warzone’ Hits 50 Million Players After One Month

Only a month after launching, Activision’s new battle royal entry Call of Duty: Warzone has hit 50 million players. The free-to-play add-on for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare could not have launched at a better time and appears to be roughly on pace with the growth seen last year by EA’s Fortnite challenger Apex Legends, which also topped 50 million players in a month, although maintaining that momentum is the hard part.

Coming out of the gate with cross platform play between PS4, Xbox One and PC should help keep the player base consistent and growing. It only took four days to reach 15 million players, ten days to reach 30 million then addressed early player gripes with its recent update, a solo mode and four player squads.

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