Activision revealed on Monday that Call of Duty: War zone 2.0 reached the mark of 25 million players in just 5 days. The new version of Battle Royale, which ings up to 120 players facing a new map called Al March, seems to have the potential to even overcome the success of the original War zone, which in 10 days has reached the mark of 10 million players.
Launched on November 16, War zone 2.0 today is the free version of playing Activision’s FPS, but even the paid versions of the franchise are a global sales success. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, for example, was released in October 2022 and earned more than $1 billion in the first 10 days.
Despite his success, War zone 2.0 did not have some content widely dear to the public, such as a map dedicated to the resurgence mode.
When the first War zone was launched in March 2020, Battle Royale appeared only in one way: the classic where the last to stand. It was just a few months after the developers decided to expand the game modes, with the withdrawal and also the resurgence with the Map of Rebirth Island (formerly Fortune’s Keep).
Although it has not received the resurgence mode, War zone 2.0 should receive new game modes and content over the next seasons.