After flying out the gate and dominating both Fortnite and Apex Legends records with the number of players for the first week, Call of Duty: Warzone continues to grow its numbers.
With Coronavirus keeping everyone indoors, for the time being, It doesn't look like Warzone will be slowing down any time soon.
The first 24 hours of Warzone broke the impressive record of 2.5 million players held by Apex Legends, with a whopping 6 million players.
Its first seven days then went on to break more numbers, as Call of Duty Warzone had racked up 15 million players.
The stand-alone battle royale mode released on March 10th, and just 10 days later (March 20th) it reached a phenomenal 30 million players!
Activision tweeted "Over 30 million of you have dropped in to play Warzone. Thank you to this amazing community".
The game is very close to topping Apex Legends' peak of 50 million players.
Of course, it has quite a while to go before swiping the battle royale crown from Fortnite, as the fan-favourite battle royale has now surpassed 250 million players worldwide.