Call of Duty: Warzone is Activision’s most successful post-launch content for a Call of Duty game, with more than 50 million downloads for the free-to-play battle royale mode in just a month.
The standalone download, set in the rebooted universe of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, is also unique because Activision’s Infinity Ward studio continues to drop new narrative elements into each new season of Warzone.
When 150 players land on this map for a battle royale match, they may not realize they’re part of a story.
Kurosaki: We felt like if we were going to make a battle royale mode, we didn’t just want to make a me-too mode.
In the battle royale games I’ve played, I’ve never seen that, where you have to fight somebody to try to come back.

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