Call of Duty Warzone Now Has Over 75 Million Players

Call of Duty Warzone Now Has Over 75 Million Players

Call of Duty Warzone hits a new milestone for the series by surpassing 75 million players in less than 5 months.

Over 75 million players have experienced a Battle Royale match in Call of Duty Warzone nearly five months after its launch earlier in March this year.

According to Call of Duty‘s official Twitter account, Warzone has recently surpassed 75 million players worldwide across all platforms, which is an outstanding record for a free-to-play Battle Royale game. Warzone officially went live with the beginning of Call of Duty Modern Warfare Season Two content on March 10th. The game managed to reach over 50 million players a month after its launch, setting the same record that was first set by EA’s Apex Legends.

Less than a year since the game’s launch, Infinity Ward has fixed many issues and added a bunch of new options and modes to Warzone in order to keep players engaged with the game for a longer period.

Recently, Activision officially revealed Season Five content and release date for Call of Duty Warzone and Modern Warfare, which will be available across all platforms later today. Lerch and Velikan are two new operators joining the roster in the new season. Besides, Warzone‘s map will receive a bunch of new updates that will open up the stadium and the interior section of the train station, along with adding a moving train and new exterior ascenders to help you get yourself to the top of skyscrapers much easier and faster. Two new modes will also hit Call of Duty Warzone in Season Five, including King Slayer and Mini Royale.

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Warzone is currently available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC for free. The game will be hitting next-gen consoles as well, as soon as they become available in the market.

The next iteration of the Call of Duty series is set to be revealed soon by Activision, which will probably change the whole atmosphere of Warzone after its launch.