Activision's Call of Duty: Mobile is now more popular than mobile versions of PUBG and Fortnite with more than 250 million downloads. The game has proven most popular in the United States, where it has seen nearly 45 million downloads.
Call of Duty: Mobile has been a massive success for Activision since its launch back in October 2019. Less than a year from the release, Call of Duty: Mobile has managed to become one of the most popular mobile titles in the world and beat its main rivals Fortnite and PUBG Mobile.
According to the latest report from Sensor Tower Store Intelligence, Call of Duty: Mobile has surpassed 250 million downloads worldwide, beating PUBG Mobile (236 million) and Fortnite (78 million).
The game has proven most popular in the United States where it has seen nearly 45 million installs or close to 18 per cent of all downloads. India is second while Brazil ranks No.3.
The report also states that Call of Duty: mobile accumulated approximately $327 million in player spending worldwide. This is significantly more (78 per cent) than the amount generated by PUBG mobile during the same period and about 83 per cent of what was spent in the iOS version of Fortnite in the same duration post-launch.
You can find the Sensor Tower Store Intelligence report here for more details on Call of Duty: Mobile download numbers and revenue.