The fifth season of Call of Duty: Warzone was launched today, and the game’s official Twitter has announced that 75 million players have been reached. The free battle royale game has been a trendy part of Modern Warfare, and its ongoing success and longevity may explain why we haven’t yet heard a glimpse of this year’s edition.
The game reached 60 million players in May, and adding another 15 million in less than three months highlights the rising Warzone track still in play. The developers of Infinity Ward hope that the newly launched Season 5 will continue to attract new players to the game, while also maintaining a tight grip on their already big fans. You must help our group from Call of Duty: Warzone claim victory.
The fifth season update includes significant changes to the Warzone map, allowing you to accelerate the building’s exterior construction, open the roof of the stadium, and redesign the train and train station. It also brings new weapons and agents, along with additions to Modern Warfare maps and game modes.
Warzone is the second attempt made by Call of Duty in battle royale genre, after 2018 Blackout, which was part of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. It was part of the main game and replaced campaign mode, picking up some fans to jump. Although he was well received for what he was, he did not enjoy the success of Warzone.
While Warzone is technically part of last year’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, it doesn’t require you to purchase the main game, and is instead offered as a free, standalone title that shares seasonal updates with Modern Warfare. This has helped its popularity massively, as evidenced by the 75 million players in the game, and could help direct Call of Duty’s future strategies.
Taylor Kurosaki, Narrative Studio Director at Infinity Ward, has already talked about seeing Warzone as a “hotline” connecting all the different branches of Call of Duty together, so expect Warzone to continually evolve as future installments of the Call launch. of duty.