In its first week of launch Call of Duty Mobile has broken all previous records of any mobile game launched in one week as reported by the analytics firm Sensor Tower. It reports that the new game has been downloaded over 100 million times since it went live around the world.
Call of Duty Mobile’s 100 million downloads makes it the most downloaded game in history surpassing Nintendo’s Mario Kart Tour which was downloaded 90 million times in its first week of launch. Compared with its rival games PUBG Mobile was downloaded 28 million times in its first week of launch across regions. The mobile version of Fortnite which was released on iOS only was downloaded 22.5 million times in the first week of launch.
While developed by Tencent’s TiMi Studio in Shenzhen, China it hasn’t been launched in China
Call of Duty Mobile was downloaded 56.9 million times on iOS and Android users accounted for 45.3 million unique downloads. The United States leads in downloading the game with 17.3 million, India accounted for 13.7 million downloads and Brazil ranked third in downloads with 7.1 million downloads.
Not in just downloads Call of Duty Mobile also surpassed both its rivals game in revenue in the first week of launch collecting 17.1 million in player spending. The U.S accounted for $7.6 million, or 43.1 percent of its overall gross. Japan ranked second in spendings with $2.4 million while Brazil came third with $848,000.
Epic Games’ Fortnite collected $2.3 million in its first week.