Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Gains $600 Million First Three Days

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Game publisher Activision and developer Infinity Ward recently announced that the recently launched Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has earned a lot of money in just a few days.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has a lot of sales in just a few days

Activision revealed that the recently launched firs person shooter video game has earned more than $600 million in sell-through worldwide in its first three days of release. In fact it has sold more units in its first three days than any other title from the popular game franchise in this console generation. It is now the biggest selling new premium game release of 2019. It is the biggest selling digital opening in Activision history.

The game on PlayStation Network has set new records for highest digital pre-orders and highest three-day digital sales ever on PlayStation 4. For PC, it is the biggest selling title of the franchise ever with opening weekend PC sales on significantly up over Black Ops III that launched in 2018.

Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick stated:

Call of Duty is once again the top selling new premium game of the year, proving the enduring nature of the franchise across console, PC, mobile, and esports. In its first three days of release, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare more than doubled the box office opening of Joker.

Activision president Rob Kostich also made a statement:

Through the first three days, Modern Warfare has more total players and total hours played than any Call of Duty opening release in the last six years. More importantly, our players are having a great time playing. Congratulations to Infinity Ward and all our teams involved on an incredible game and its spectacular launch. We also want to thank the community for your incredible support. The launch of Modern Warfare is only the start. There’s much more to come.

The full game is already available on PlayStation4, Xbox One, and PC. Check out our review here.

Source: Businesswire

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