Over 45 million players have signed up for COD Warzone Mobile

by Danny Craig  · 
Over 45 million players have signed up for COD Warzone Mobile

Activision has revealed that over 45 million players have registered for the mobile version of Warzone, which will be released next year.

The details:

  • The impressive number was revealed in a new blog post commemorating the Call of Duty franchise's 20th anniversary. Since the pre-registration phase opened in 2022, over 45 million players across Android and iOS have queued up to download the mobile battle royale and multiplayer title, which is set to launch in "spring 2024".

  • Warzone Mobile's early success is unsurprising given that it is not only a Call of Duty title, but it also includes two fan-favorite battle royale maps from the now-defunct Warzone 1.0, Verdansk and Rebirth Island. Verdansk was originally playable until the release of COD: Vanguard, when it was replaced by the universally disliked Caldera, prompting many players to abandon the free-to-play title entirely.

  • Warzone Mobile will also include a multiplayer mode similar to Modern Warfare II and is expected to be a replacement for COD Mobile. Cross-progression with the console and PC releases of MW2 and the upcoming MW3 is also supported, allowing players to jump between titles while using the same operators, weapons, and camos. However, cross-play is not supported.

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