Activision appears to be having remarkable success with Call of Duty: Warzone 2, as the game has quickly surpassed the 25 million player mark.
Warzone 2 is the complete sequel to Warzone from 2020, and it adds a few additional elements to set it apart from the first game. Most significantly, Call of Duty: Warzone 2 introduces the brand-new DMZ game mode, which heavily emphasizes gameplay for survival.
Compared to Warzone, Warzone 2’s 25 million player milestone is pretty remarkable
Both Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 were released pretty soon after one another, and both enjoyed great success. Call of Duty could be one of the video game mega franchises that will remain on top for a long time. Every game in the series sells more copies than any other, and it consistently outperforms its rivals.
Call of Duty Modern Warzone 2.0 has received a lot of attention since its debut. Warzone 2.0 has received numerous unfavorable reviews on Steam, despite the game being adored by players. Perhaps the game’s optimization, crashing issues, and UI aspects are the some of primary causes of the negative reviews.
Previously users complained that they couldn’t log into the game without being forced to buy Modern Warfare II. In reality, many gamers were impacted by the problem, including those who owned Modern Warfare 2 and those who were locked out after spending hours playing. While other players who complained about the same problem on Reddit claim that it has been resolved, Infinity Ward and Raven Software have yet to formally address the problem.
Furthermore, Modern Warfare 2 topped $1 billion in sales in just 10 days of its release, which is even more impressive. The new game has already accomplished some amazing feats, and from what we can tell, the Call of Duty franchise will likely continue to do things that will continue to wow us.