With some sur­prise, Call of Duty: Mod­ern War­fare con­tin­ues to break Activi­sion sales records. The pub­lish­ing stu­dio announced the game’s first-year sales are the high­est in all of Call of Duty’s his­to­ry. How­ev­er, exact sales fig­ures were not given.

Still, it is a remark­able achieve­ment, espe­cial­ly con­sid­er­ing the sale fig­ures only cov­ers up to Sep­tem­ber 30th — Mod­ern War­fare launched back in Octo­ber of 2019 — mean­ing it did­n’t even take a full year of sales to reach that goal. At this time, it’s unclear as to what title held this record previously.

Activi­sion also stat­ed that two-thirds of Mod­ern War­fare’s sales were dig­i­tal. They also men­tioned that War­zone helped to bol­ster sales for Mod­ern War­fare, see­ing “sub­stan­tial growth” from peo­ple who upgrad­ed from the free bat­tle royale. 

The com­pa­ny also said that total hours played in the “Mod­ern War­fare uni­verse,” which includes Mod­ern War­fare and War­zone, were about sev­en times high­er com­pared to Black Ops 4. Yet again, no sol­id num­bers were given. 

In total, Mod­ern War­fare and War­zone had three times as many month­ly active users than Black Ops 4 did dur­ing the same peri­od last year. Con­sole month­ly active users “grew strong­ly,” while month­ly active PC users grew ” over ten-fold.”

Addi­tion­al­ly, Activi­sion’s earn­ings report showed the com­pa­ny mak­ing a lit­tle over $1.2 bil­lion in micro­trans­ac­tions over the last three months.