Warzone 2.0 reached 25 million users In only 5 days

There has been a lot of talk about this game since Call of Duty Modern Warzone 2.0 was made available to the public. There are a lot of bad reviews of Warzone 2.0 on Steam, even though people are enjoying the game. The major reasons for the unfavorable reviews are probably because of issues with crashes, optimization, and the user interface features of the game.

Warzone 2.0, just like the first Warzone, can be played for free on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC. This is true even though the game is related to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, which was only published lately. 

According to a press release issued by Activision-Blizzard, Modern Warfare II has become the Call of Duty game that has sold the most copies in its first 10 days of release, making it the fastest-selling title in the franchise’s history. The news comes as the franchise appears to be enjoying a period of success.

There are a lot of fans that are worried about the changes, but they are content with the gameplay because MWII offers really good gameplay that is also quite smooth. The latest entry in the Call of Duty series is receiving some criticism. Still, we may expect the game to be enhanced since there is a significant opportunity for development.

Modern Warfare 2 hit $800 million in sales in only three days and $1 billion in sales in just ten days makes it one of the best titles in the franchise’s history. This is despite the criticism that the game has received. In addition, this Call of Duty game is the biggest Call of Duty launch ever on Steam.

When Warzone Caldera is re-launched on November 28th, two of the most popular maps, Rebirth Island and Fortune’s Keep, will not be included in the update. On the other hand, Activision did add that “for those fans of tiny Battle Royale maps, expect to see interesting improvements in Warzone 2.0 during future seasons.” It has yet to be discovered at this time whether or not these maps will be included in Warzone 2.0 or whether the creators want to create other maps of comparable size but a lower scale for the game that will succeed Warzone Caldera.

Mike Anderson
Mike is a PC hardware enthusiast who has been writing about PCs and technology since he graduated from Iqra University. He started blogging about 5 years ago as a way to share his passion for technology with others, and he continues to write today because he loves it.