The Call of Duty Twitter account has recently released figures on its first 24 hours of going live for its new game mode, Warzone, and it has some pretty impressive numbers under its belt.
6 million players have downloaded and played the long-awaited game mode in its first 24 hours of Warzone being live.
The Call of Duty Twitter account tweeted, “What a day! 24 hours in and over 6 million of you have dropper into #Warzone.” With the tweet carrying on to say, “Thank You – we’re just getting started.”
Ever since it was first rumoured to have a Battle Royale game mode, fans have firmly believed that Call of Duty will have a giant killer on its hands. Going up against games like Fortnite and Apex Legends fans of the already popular FPS, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, believed that this Battle Royale will change many things about the game mode.
First with it’s new Gulag feature that pits players who died against each other to gain a place back into the match they died in. When players die in the battle royale they will be taken to the Modern Warfare map, gunfight as they watch other ‘dead’ players battle in 1v1’s to earn their life back.
The game mode is also cross-platform, letting you play with any other player that has the game on an Xbox, Playstation or PC. Being cross-platform also lets players carry on their progress to whichever platform they choose to play on.
IGN has a handy tip and tricks guide to help you learn all there is to know about Call of Duty: Warzone. It goes through the basics all the way to how to use sound to your advantage. Give it a read here now.