Activision made the bet to stop the development of Call of Duty: Warzonewhich will become Call of Duty: Warzone Caldera for its end of life, in order to focus everything on Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0a brand new shared progression app with Modern Warfare II. the free-to-play officially launched this November 16, and unsurprisingly, it’s already drawing crowds.

The publisher announced that it had already identified more than 25 million players in 5 daysa great start which can be explained by the still strong popularity of the license and the transfer of the community from Warzone (inaccessible for a few days). It remains to be seen whether Warzone 2.0 will one day manage to exceed the figures of its predecessor, who had benefited from a phenomenon of curiosity which will be less for the future, and especially from the health crisis which had gathered the crowds. Warzone had for memory attracted 6 million players in 24 hours, 15 million in 3 days, 30 in about ten, 50 in one month and even more than 100 after more than a year.

If you want a denser premium experience, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II is available from €58.73 on

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