20 million Call of Duty map packs have been sold

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It’s official: 20 million downloadable Call of Duty map packs have been sold and counting. Perhaps now you can see why everyone is expecting the franchise to inevitably go subscription-based with its multiplayer component. The potential there as another revenue source is practically unfathomable.

I mean, what more in the way of proof do you need? Collectively, we are willing to pay for the games, the map packs — no matter if they cost $10, $15, or whatever — and you know something like a monthly fee wouldn’t be enough to stop the majority of players.

One thing is for sure: this news pleases Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick.


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