Name of Responsibility: Warzone surpasses 100 million gamers
A bit over a 12 months after its launch on March 20, 2020, Name of Responsibility: Warzone has achieved one more main milestone: Activision introduced in the present day that its big-time battle royale has now racked up greater than 100 million gamers in whole.
100 million gamers and counting. Thanks all for dropping in. It would not be #Warzone with out you. pic.twitter.com/knanptnCMUApril 20, 2021
The numbers have added up rapidly: Warzone hit 15 million gamers lower than every week after it went stay, and reached 30 million in simply ten days. The 50 million mark was reached in April 2020, simply a few months after launch, adopted by 75 million in August and 85 million in December. Being free to play clearly makes Warzone simply accessible, nevertheless it takes greater than a non-existent price ticket to keep up that sort of progress over the course of greater than a 12 months.
By means of comparability, it took Apex Legends—no slouch within the battle royale enterprise in its personal proper and one among EA’s largest money-makers—roughly twice that lengthy to realize the identical mark. Coincidentally, it moved previous the 100 million participant milestone final week.
It is an undeniably spectacular achievement, however Infinity Ward and Raven aren’t easing up. The lengthy awaited nuke occasion, which is able to doubtless introduce a brand new model of Verdansk, is ready to occur tomorrow, April 21, and there is additionally a brand new zombie drawback that Morgan is sort of having fun with, though the massive blast will most likely convey an finish to that. After all, there are some tough spots, too, together with an invisibility glitch that simply will not go away, and extra lately a Most Wished contract that was turning gamers into unkillable gods.