Activision has just announced that Call of Duty: Warzone has surpassed 15 million players worldwide on all platforms. This basically means that in two days, COD: Warzone was able to attract nine million new players. As Activision reported two days ago, the game had 6 million players in its first 24 hours.
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) March 14, 2020
With what is happening in most countries due to the Coronavirus, we expect this number to go even higher. After all, this is a brand new free to play COD game.
We are also happy to report that we have finally downloaded and installed the game. As such, expect some glorious 4K screenshots on Max settings and a PC Performance Analysis this weekend.
Call of Duty: Warzone currently supports up to 150 players. However, the team is experimenting with 200 players, and may increase the player cap via an upcoming patch.
It’s also worth noting that since its launch, Activision has released some minor updates for it. These updates fixed a bug that gave inconsistent rewards when completing contracts in Battle Royale. They also lowered the player count requirements needed to start a match. Not only that, but they fixed an exploit where players were able to counter the gas ring in Battle Royale.
You can download and start playing the game via Battle.net.