Activi­sion’s free-to-play bat­tle royale, Call of Duty: War­zone, has hit anoth­er big play­er mile­stone. It’s been a month since it launched, with the game already reach­ing 50 mil­lion play­ers.

With­in the 24 hours War­zone sur­passed 6 mil­lion play­ers, then hit the 15 mil­lion mark after a few days. That was it’s ini­tial burst, steadi­ly increas­ing in play­er count every since until it reached 50 mil­lion. This would mean an aver­age of more than a mil­lion play­ers a day since the first few days of launch.

It seems Activi­sion has attract­ed a rather large audi­ence, main­ly because they brought Call of Duty to every mar­ket. Their oth­er free-to-play game, Call of Duty Mobile, recent­ly reached 150 mil­lion down­loads world­wide. Both Call of Duty: Mod­ern War­fare and the stand­alone Call of Duty: Mod­ern War­fare 2 Cam­paign Remas­tered were among the top five in the PlaySta­tion Store top down­loads last month. War­zone topped the free-to-play list.

PS4 play­ers have been give exclu­sive con­tent for Mod­ern War­fare since day one, so it’s pop­u­lar­i­ty is under­stand­able on that plat­form.