Call of Duty: Warzone reaches 60 million players

Call Of Duty Playlist Update

Activision just announced through Twitter that Call of Duty: Warzone has achieved another milestone of more than 60 million players. In just two weeks after its launch, the game achieved 30 million players. Followed by reaching 50 million players in a month’s time and now in almost another month, it has increased its player base to 60 million players.

Call of Duty: Warzone is a free-to-play battle royale game released on March 10, 2020, for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Unlike other Battle-Royale games, Warzone brought in a twist to the formula by allowing 150 players per game and the ability to respawn by winning a 1v1 deathmatch with another fallen player in Gulag.

The game also offers the old favorite – Plunder mode. Unlike the Battle Royale game mode, Plunder has no circle of death allowing squads to freely transverse in the vast map – Verdansk. Here the main objective is to gather the most Cash before any other squad does by killing enemies, completing contracts, collecting cash drops, etc. Furthermore, there is no post-death Gulag, everyone will redeploy automatically after a short period of time.

In with the latest update, Infinity Ward replaced Plunder Trios with Blood Money Trios, a faster-paced version of the fabulous Plunder mode, where players always drop money when you kill them. The studio also disabled helicopters in the battle royale mode. The studio is also offering double-level XP, double weapon XP, and double tiers, until the end of this week to apologize for the disruptions caused due to bugs.