by on 27 April, 2020

Working from home has never been better thanks to Call of Duty: Warzone. Activision has announced that the battle royale version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has now hit 50 million downloads in the month since its debut on March 10.That’s an astonishing achievement for a free-to-play game, which is about the same as what Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment hit with the debut of Apex Legends earlier last year.

Activision Blizzard and developer Infinity Ward announced the milestone in a tweet. The battle royale mode came out just as the coronavirus was forcing people to stay inside, and it seems that social distancing has contributed to its success. I’ve been playing it a lot, and the game is already on Season 3 of its Battle Pass, with a story unfolding that extends the narrative from the single-player game.

The game hit 6 million players in its first 24 hours on the PC and consoles. That’s a pretty good outcome for a battle royale mode that could have been an also-ran in a world full of battle royale games. In four days, the total was 15 million. If you want to Buy COD Points, you can come to z2u.com for help. z2u.com is the best online store that has about 10 years of selling game currencies experience.

Unlike Activision’s previous lackluster attempt at a battle royale title, Blackout, which was made available only within 2018’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Warzone was released as a standalone download on consoles and PC. It does not require players own any other software or pay any money to play it, which has greatly helped its popularity.

The new milestone also comes soon after player backlash resulted in the revival of Trios, which had been replaced by Quads. Despite the idea of having four-man teams being widely well-received by its community, no one had imagined it would replace the three-man squad option, leading to many players requesting for the Trios’ return. The mode was reinstated just two days after Quads was launched.

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