Just two days after its release, the Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 gameplay reveal trailer is already COD’s most-viewed trailer of all time!

The hype for Black Ops 6 is absurdly high, to the point where it seems to be eclipsing even the likes of Infinity Ward’s Modern Warfare reboots.

Since the Black Ops 6 trailer went live on June 9, it has already surpassed all other trailers on Call of Duty’s official YouTube channel!

The Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 gameplay reveal trailer has already hit a record 49 million views on YouTube, setting a new record for the franchise.

Prior to this, the highest-viewed trailer on Call of Duty’s YouTube account was the official reveal of Infinite Warfare.

Call of Duty YouTube Views

However, that trailer attained 46 million views in eight years, a feat that Black Ops 6 exceeded in just over 48 hours.

This isn’t even accounting for the millions of fans who saw the trailer via the Xbox Games Showcase streams, or via reuploads on other social media such as X.

We’re certain that Black Ops 6’s gameplay reveal trailer will attract an even larger viewership in the coming weeks, leading up to its October 25, 2024, release date.

There are a few reasons why the Black Ops 6 trailer is getting so much attention, starting with the fact that it was shown off during Xbox’s impressive showcase of games last week.

On top of that incredible exposure, Activision has also been heavily marketing the game as part of its The Truth Lies campaign.

This viral marketing saw the game appear on the front page of major newspapers, and even appear on posters worldwide.

And, of course, we can’t discount the extreme popularity of Treyarch’s Call of Duty titles either. Black Ops Cold War had a rocky launch, but it is still fondly remembered by many COD fans – many of whom are still eagerly awaiting its sequel.

Now, with Omnimovement set to change Call of Duty forever, the trailer that shows it off likely has many fans jumping at a chance to see the mechanic in action.

Black Ops 6 Woods in a Wheelchair

The upcoming game also ties into Black Ops 2, a fan-favorite from the series’ past. After all, we’ve already been shown Frank Woods in a wheelchair, due to the soldier losing the use of his legs all the way back in the 2012 game.

It’s no great surprise that users are excited to get their hands on Black Ops 6, but we bet even Activision is shocked at just how much support the fans are showing on YouTube.

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