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Call Of Duty: Warzone 2's biggest streamers are ditching the game

Catherine Lewis

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Call Of Duty: Warzone 2's biggest streamers are ditching the game

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Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 has been out for less than five months, but its player base is rapidly declining.

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According to a recent poll, almost 80% of players (who participated in the poll) have ditched Warzone 2.0 already. It’s also clear from concurrent player data on Steam that way less people are playing consistently. Although the title had an all-time peak of 488,897 concurrent players, in the last 24 hours, the peak was just 86,043.

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Now though, it also seems like Warzone 2.0’s biggest content creators are beginning to step down from the game too. As Kotaku reports, Aydan Conrad, who has over three million followers on Twitch and over one million subscribers on YouTube at the time of writing, has announced that he’s taking a break from Warzone 2.0, and will instead be focusing more on Fortnite and potentially Elden Ring.

“I feel like the game is just super stale right now,” Conrad said in a video on Twitter, explaining his decision. “There’s nothing new and exciting on it. And you guys know me, I’m a super competitive person, that’s what I’m known for - high roller wagers, tournaments, and there’s really none of that on Warzone 2 right now.”

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He continued: “There’s no new content. It makes it super hard to have fun making YouTube videos and have fun doing TikToks.” However, Conrad isn’t necessarily done with the game forever. He explained that when season three comes out, he’ll give it a go again, and if things have improved by then, he’ll pick it back up.

Conrad isn’t the only streamer who’s been critical of Warzone 2.0. Dr Disrespect previously dubbed it “the worst Call of Duty ever”, and said that “we're in a state where this game’s shelf life is not much longer”. That was back in January, and given how things have been going lately, it seems that he might have been right.

Currently, it’s expected that season three of Warzone 2.0 will start on around 12 April - we’ll just have to wait for the official announcement from Activision.

Topics: Call Of Duty Warzone, Call Of Duty, Activision

Catherine Lewis
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