Right now, Twitch live audiences are an important symbol and a mirror in which some games can see themselves reflected. It is the case of Call of Duty Warzone 2which is not going through its best moment of popularity.
The battle royale launched to once again raise the survival formula of Call of Duty Warzone He achieved his goal during the first months, but he has been deflating more and more as the seasons have gone by.
Yesterday we learned how Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 and Modern Warfare II continue to bleed, registering the worst number of simultaneous players since launch and today it was time to find out audiences within Twitch.
Call of Duty Warzone 2 is not successful on Twitch either and loses audience
As compiled by TwitchTracker, Call of Duty Warzone 2 is also in free fall in terms of audience within the purple live platform. Its viewers have plummeted in recent weeks alarmingly.
Currently, the battle royale is the 19th most popular game on Twitch with an average viewership of 29,000. While that sounds like a lot, the numbers are far from the same as what we saw when the game launched.
Warzone 2 reached more than 70,000 viewers on average on Twitch with its launch, a figure that is already low if we compare the moment of Call of Duty Warzone’s greatest form in 2021, where it exceeded 140,000 viewers.
These viewership levels are the lowest for Warzone since it launched in March 2020. Of course, these figures indicate the clear symptoms of wear and tear on the game. Can the battle royale recover over time?
The truth is that the game swept its launch registering up to 25 million new players in a few days, for the second season, only half were still active. The maximum peak of players has now stayed at less than 90,000.
Do you think a new season will help generate renewed interest in the game? Should Warzone change its approach in order to offer news?
Meanwhile, the saga continues in the midst of Microsoft’s legal battle to take over Activision Blizzard. Call of Duty has been the focus of Sony in its protests. The company has indicated that 10 years is long enough for Sony to develop alternatives to Call of Duty, according to Microsoft.
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