The player base for Call of Duty: Warzone just keeps on growing.
On Twitter, it was announced that Warzone has reached over 50 million players. Other than the milestone announcement, the tweet simply states: "Thank you Warzone players for dropping in with us." 50 million players is rather impressive, especially considering the fact that the game released a month ago.
It was also announced that a playlist update for Warzone has brought trios back. The playlist was released for all platforms. The option to play in trios had been removed when Modern Warfare's Season Three started earlier this week. Now players have the option to play in singles, trios, and quads in Warzone.
A recent leak has also pointed to the game including duos for those who only want to play with one friend. The official Warzone website briefly included an image that showed two new ways to play the battle royale mode. The new ways were quads and duos. Quads were released recently, so it would make sense for duos to make their way into the free-to-play mode soon.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's Season Three started earlier this week. The new Season brings with it a wealth of content for Call of Duty players. Three more maps are making their way over to Modern Warfare's multiplayer modes, as well as new weapons and Operators. There are also new Operator skins based off of various armed forces divisions, such as the U.S. Expeditionary Force. Those who purchase the Battle Pass can also receive a special finishing move featuring everyone's favorite pup Riley. Warzone's quad teams were introduced this Season, as well as a change in ground loot that lets squads choose how they want to approach battle.
Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare are both available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Warzone is free-to-play, and shares a progression system with Modern Warfare, meaning that progress will carry over should gamers choose to purchase the full game.