In the battle royale of battle royale games, Fortnite wins the game by far. However, some competing licenses like Apex Legends, PUBG, and more recently Call of Duty: Warzone, also have hundreds of thousands of players.

Last week, Apex Legends proudly announced the passing of the symbolic 100 million player mark. This joy will have been short-lived since Call of Duty: Warzone has in turn fulfilled this objective. It is important to clarify that Warzone launched more than a year after Apex Legends, this means that the license of Activision is growing at a lightning speed.

The Warzone success

It must be said that the teams behind this game put in place many efforts to attract as many new players as possible. Activision remains particularly tough in its fight against cheaters and players who do not respect its rules. In addition, the game is particularly neat and benefits from intelligent updates to make the in-game experience even more pleasant.

Today, Activision just announced Season 3 of Call of Duty: Warzone. This new season should adopt a completely different atmosphere by plunging players into the heart of the 80s, more precisely in 1984. This update allows you to enjoy 5 new areas and rediscover old areas in 80’s fashion. Like every new season, the Battle Pass is reset with a multitude of new items, like skins, and other items.

As for weapons, season 3 is full of new features by offering for the first time the Swiss K sniper rifle, and the PPSH submachine gun. Enough to safely explore this revisited map which seems to have passed in the spring.