Warzone has over 75 million players

from André Linken
The Battle Royale shooter Call of Duty: Warzone recently hit a remarkable mark. As Activision Blizzard announced, there are now just over 75 million registered players. However, the publisher did not reveal any further details.

The publisher Activision recently had Blizzard his current annual report with the second quarter figures (ended June 30, 2020) released. However, there was not only information about the company's sales and profits, but also interesting statistics about some of the games already available. This includes the Battle Royale shooter Call of Duty: Warzone, which has recently reached a remarkable brand.

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According to Activision Blizzard's report, Call of Duty: Warzone now has over 75 million registered players (buy now) to book. The publisher has not revealed exactly how this number is distributed across the individual platforms, so we cannot say who is ahead in this regard. But that shouldn't detract from the great success of the game. Also interesting: According to Activision Blizzard, Warzone helped a lot to boost sales of the first person shooter Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. In the second quarter of the current fiscal year mentioned at the beginning, there was the largest growth in player history in series history within a non-launch quarter. The vast majority of these new players had bought an upgrade to switch from the free Warzone spin-off to the main game.

Activision Blizzard was also very pleased with the current figures and developments related to the PC version of Modern Warfare. So far, these are not known to the public. However, the statement suggests that the publisher will probably continue its involvement in the PC segment in the future.

Source: Activision Blizzard

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