Call of Duty WWII makes over $500 million in opening weekend

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In its first three days of release, Call of Duty: WWII made over $500 million, topping the theatrical blockbuster openings of Thor: Ragnarok and Wonder Woman combined, according to company estimates. It also set a record on the Playstation 4 for the best-selling digital full game by units sold on its first day of release. Call of Duty: WWII returns the franchise to its roots and the results are incredible, selling twice as many units in its opening weekend as past year, and setting the day one record for full-game downloads on PlayStation 4.

Here's our Call of Duty: WW2 PC review. Players will enlist in the conflict by selecting from five iconic World War II Divisions, in a fundamentally new way to invest in your multiplayer career. Twice as many copies of WWII were sold at launch compared to past year, which featured Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered. A sequel to their 2014 "Advanced Warfare", the first Call of Duty game to feature an advanced movement system with the addition of "Exo-suits". Overall unit sales at launch doubled year-over-year globally. To put that in comparison, that is twice the combined box office performance of Wonder Woman and Thor: Ragnarok during their opening three-day weekends.

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Do we still congratulate Activision or just let them roll around in their tubs of money at this point? It is completely amplified by the capabilities of new technology, innovations, higher graphics fidelity and it is Call Of Duty: "WWII like you've never seen before".