Call of Duty: Warzone is proving to be a huge hit.
It has been announced that Warzone has reached 30 million players. The news was announced on the Call of Duty Twitter account, which thanks players for being a part of the mode's community. The game had been downloaded 6 million times in its first 24 hours, and had just reached 15 million players earlier this week, making the milestone of 30 million players quite impressive.
This news comes soon after the release of a solos mode in Warzone. When Warzone first released, if a gamer wanted to play solo, they would have to disable squad filling. They would be on their own in the game, but would still have to take on teams of three. With the solos mode, players can go against 149 other solo players in a free-for-all deathmatch. Because players do not have teammates, they will die once downed, with the Gulag being their only chance to get back into the game once killed. However, players are able to find self-revive kits on the map, or can buy them from the Buy Stations.
Today a rumor emerged that the next Call of Duty title will be a reboot of the Black Ops games. The report states that the game's story will return to the Cold War, and will tell a new story using old beats from the original Black Ops. The game will supposedly be able to support 64-player multiplayer matches, and will see the return of killstreaks and Operators to play as. Similar to Modern Warfare, post-launch DLC will be free. There will be a Zombies mode, though the mode will not be as fantastical as past entries.
Call of Duty: Warzone is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The game is free-to-play, and does support cross-platform play between all of its platforms.