Call of Duty: Mobile exceeds 100 million downloads in its first week

The Call of Duty: Mobile mobile shooter from Activision and Tencent Games is breaking all-time highs. After arousing the interest of more than 20 million players in the first two days From its launch, the game is said to have passed over 100 million downloads in its first week.

According to data collected by Sensor Tower, this shows an impressive lead over the kind of interest in other popular games like PUBG Mobile and Fortnite. These two games recorded 26.3 million and 22.5 million downloads respectively during their first week of launch.

Randy Nelson, Head of Mobile Information at Sensor Tower, said: “This is by far the largest mobile game launch in history in terms of player base built in week one.”

Most downloads for Week 1 of Call of Duty: Mobile were from from the United States, with a share of 17% download , followed by India, where its main rival, PUBG Mobile, is extremely strong. This is impressive from Activision. It should also be noted that the game has not yet launched in China , which is the world’s largest gaming marketplace for PC and smartphone games. Once the game launches there, those numbers could reach incredible new heights.

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Call of Duty: Mobile has been launched worldwide on October 1 , after months of beta in various parts of the world, including India, Australia, Canada and Peru. The game is now available for download for Android and iOS.