Call of Duty: Warzone has now surpassed 50 million players in just over a month

Call of Duty: Warzone has now surpassed 50 million players since its launch, just over a month ago.

Infinity Ward debuted the multiplatform game on March 10 and it has certainly gone down a treat with the gaming community.

The planet’s population has gone into lockdown amidst the coronavirus outbreak and so there currently seems like no better escape than Call of Duty: Warzone.

The Call of Duty franchise is certainly doing their part in keeping the people entertained during these very difficult times.

Recently, a remastered edition of Modern Warfare 2’s single-player campaign was re-released to fans across the world exclusively on PlayStation 4 but is set to be rolled out for PC and Xbox users towards the end of April.

Infinity Ward explained its decision to not include a Special Ops or multiplayer game mode due to not wanting to split the player base over multiple experiences.

They instead opted for a ‘unified online multiplayer playground’ in the form of Warzone instead.

Warzone can now be played in four-men squads or ‘quads’ thanks to a recent update, upgrading from only supporting three-men squads.

Updates for Call of Duty: Warzone are set to include more game modes to choose from as well as a wider variety of weapons.

Infinity Ward claims to have a variety of surprises in store for its Warzone fanbase with modifications set for the upcoming season; the likes of ground loot, weapon kits and Battle Royal shootouts will all be updated.

Call of Duty fans have plenty to keep them occupied during these unprecedented times.

There has seemingly never been a more appropriate time to stay at home and game your heart out without anybody telling you otherwise.

The World’s population has been ordered to stay indoors for the foreseeable future until a foothold can be obtained on COVID-19.

Call of Duty is certainly making life a tad bit easier for everyone to do so in these trying and testing times.

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