'Call of Duty: Mobile' smashes records set by PUBG and Fortnite

Source Dexerto

Source Dexerto

"Call of Duty: Mobile" was launched by its publisher Activision Blizzard Inc on october 1 and Sensor Tower said the numbers reflected worldwide unique downloads across Apple's App Store and Google Play in the period since.

In their first week of release, Pubeg, Fortnite and Electronic Arts "Apex Legends" scored 26,3 million.

Daniel Ahmad, senior analyst at Niko Partners, notes that this number does not include China and also brings up the fact that "Activision previously had 37m monthly active users across its brands (Call of Duty, Crash Bandicoot etc.) on PC/Console".

Reuters has revealed via Sensor Tower analytics firm that Call of Duty: Mobile has now surpassed 100 million downloads across iOS and Android, making history for the fastest mobile game to reach this install base in just one week after its initial launch. That's only a week since the game opened its doors to players globally.

There was a lot of excitement when Call of Duty finally arrived for mobile.

"This is the biggest ever mobile game release for the first-week player base", said Randy Nelson, Sensor Tower's head of Video perspectives.

The United States was mobile edition's main draw, with 17% of the downloads in its launch week, followed by India, where PUBG has a strong foothold.

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