Apex Legends, PUGB and Fortnite have apparently gotten serious competition, because Warzone, the Battle Royale offshoot of Call of Duty, continues to do well.
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A week ago, Call of Duty: Warzone was able to impress with huge numbers of players. Just a few days after the release, the Battle Royale game had 15 million players. This record has now been pulverized loosely. According to a tweet from Activision, a whopping 30 million players have now let off steam in CoD: Warzone. While that's not enough to bring Apex Legends (50 million players) or Fortnite (250 million players) to their knees, the numbers are impressive.
Over 30 million of you have dropped in to play #Warzone. Thank you to this amazing community.
– Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) March 20, 2020
Due to the current exit restrictions, the number should continue to rise sharply in the next few days, especially since Warzone is available as a free-to-play client and will certainly attract one or the other player on PC, PS4 or Xbox One.
If you have no idea about the game, you can take a look at our Call of Duty: Warzone test. For newborns, we also have a bunch of tips and tricks for the struggle to survive in Call of Duty: Warzone.