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XDefiant continues to deliver impressive numbers for Ubisoft's shooter

XDefiant continues to deliver impressive numbers for Ubisoft's shooter

The free FPS game has attracted millions of players in just a few weeks.

After the first couple of weeks, XDefiant declined, leading many to believe that the initial big boom had ended and that the popularity of the FPS game was declining.

Now Yves Guillemot himself, the president of Ubisoft, has denied this: Ubisoft's Call of Duty game is still going and has generated a lot of interest. According to a post on the publisher's website, more than 11 million people have downloaded and tried XDefiant.

“It still has a lot of work to do, but it has already attracted 11 million players in a very short time. That number will continue to grow as the team delivers content for the first season.”

Ubisoft is no stranger to killing mobile projects, cutting free-to-play titles, and attaching silly labels to unfinished games, but it's clearly not giving up on everything right away.

If something really works, it deserves credit: XDefiant offers a really good experience with crossovers of the most common elements of online FPS games. It won’t maintain its opening momentum for years, but we’d be surprised if it did anytime soon.

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