Are you a fan of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s free-to-play battle royale component Call of Duty Warzone? If so, you’ll be glad to know that Activision is looking to support it well into the future.
This was mentioned by Activision President Rob Kitsch during yesterday’s quarterly earnings call.
So regarding the future of Warzone, we know how much the community is loving it. We know how much they’re enjoying the experience so far. So we’re going to continue to invest in this significantly, in terms of content, events, new modes, new ways to play, and really just a ton more in the future. – Rob Kitsch, Activision President
This should be welcome news to the Warzone player base as this means that even with Call of Duty 2020 on the horizon, Activsiion has a long-term plan for the F2P game.
In the same earnings call, Activision revealed that a large number of Warzone players have upgraded to the full, premium Modern Warfare game.
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He and “they” do not know how much the community is “loving” it or enjoying it so far and because of that are investing in everything but where the problems are which is netcode/tickrate and service quality. All in for service content to make money and not improve the service itself even after making billions leaving their product in alpha stage. Disgusting and atrocious making casual players sweat competitively on skill based match making while playing on non-competitive tickrates.