Activision will be confident ahead of Call of Duty: Black Ops III’s impending release. Recent announcements from Activision and EA have revealed that 2012’s Black Ops II receives more monthly active users than EA’s previous two Battlefield titles combined.
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The average figure of 12 million monthly active users was taken over the last quarter, which is incredibly impressive considering the game is only available on PC and last-gen consoles.
Among the accolades that the ageing FPS can boast are a place on Steam’s top 100 most-played games list.
Arguably Activision’s favourite piece of news will have come from competitor EA. The Battlefield publishers recently announced combined monthly active user base for Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline of 6 million. That’s half the users that the three-year-old Call of Duty: Black Ops II can claim.