Activision has announced a new stat to showcase the continued success of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and the free to play Call of Duty: Warzone.
The company says that since Modern Warfare’s launch in October through today (including Warzone), players have played a total of 2.4 billion hours online in the games combined.
Millions of players already have joined the fight to date totaling more than 2.4 billion hours played together in Modern Warfare including Warzone.
“When you play Modern Warfare and Warzone, you’re joining a massive community of players having fun, staying connected and playing together,” said David Stohl, Co-Studio Head, Infinity Ward. “Season Three is packed with free, new content coming to players across both Warzone and Modern Warfare. From the new maps and modes coming to core Multiplayer and the new ways to play in Warzone – including all-new Quad gameplay, this season is going to be awesome; we can’t wait for everyone to jump in and start playing.”
“Players are having fun and we’re having a blast seeing all of the incredible reactions across the community, which makes it even more exciting to bring all of the free content and new experiences that are in store for Season Three,” said Ryan Burnett, Senior Executive Producer, Raven Software. “There’s something for everyone whether it’s Modern Warfare multiplayer or all-out combat in Warzone, all play-styles are welcome.”
Call of Duty: Warzone, free to play for everyone on all platforms, has been one of the fastest growing games in history with over 30 million players in the first 10 days. The company has not announced an updated player count for the game since then, but the game continues to be popular across platforms.
Season 3 for both Modern Warfare and Warzone is live now across platforms with the latest patch update for the game.