Four days after the official release, Activision's battle royale Call of Duty: Warzone has managed to attract more than 15 million players on all platforms.
Earlier this week, Activision confirmed that their free-to-play battle royale game Call of Duty: Warzone has reached over 6 million players just 24 hours after launch. This was a huge success for the title especially since similar free to play games did not come even close to that number in their first 24 hours.
Of course, it was safe to assume that the number of players will only rise in the next few days and that's exactly what happened. Today, Activision confirmed that Warzone now has over 15 million registered players just four days after launching on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
When compared to other free to play battle royale games, Call of Duty: Warzone is on course to beat Apex Legends' launch week record of 25 million players.
Warzone could smash even more records in the next couple of weeks since the game has been received positively by players, despite some technical issues , which are pretty common for every massive online shooter at launch.
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All in all, it will be interesting to see just how big will Warzone's player could get before the initial "Free Call of Duty" hype starts to slow down. Since Activision plan to add a lot of free content updates in the future, it is only safe to say that Warzone is on a good way to become the most popular battle royale in the world.