Call of Duty: Mobile has been downloaded over 170 million times in its first two months according to the latest data from Sensor Tower Store Intelligence.
It's safe to say that Activision's free-to-play spinoff Call of Duty Mobile has been a major success for the company ever since it's release in October 2019. The game is enjoyed by millions of players worldwide and also received a lot of positive reviews from both players and gaming critics.
In its first week, Call of Duty: Mobile has been downloaded over 100 million times on both Android and iOS, breaking many records and beating its main competitors PUBG Mobile and Fortnite by a large margin.
Two months after the official launch, Call of Duty: Mobile is still doing pretty great. According to a new report from Sensor Tower Store Intelligence, Call of Duty: Mobile has shot past 170 million downloads in its first two months.
The Tencent-developed title slowed down a bit in the second month with nearly 21 million installs in November, compared to almost 146 million in its debut month. The game is quite popular in the United States and India with nearly 28,5 million and 17,5 million installs, respectively. At the moment, Brazil is ranked third with 12 million installs.
Google Play generated the majority of downloads, accounting for just over 89 million, or 52 per cent. The iOS version, meanwhile, accumulated nearly 83 million downloads, or 48 per cent.
Call of Duty: Mobile brought in $86 million in revenue since the launch with $55 million in October and $31million in November 2019. For comparison, PUBG Mobile grossed $10 million in November while Fortnite totalled $66 million.
You can find the full report on the Sensor Tower website for more details on Call of Duty: Mobile's performance in the first two months.