Call of Duty: Mobile is off to a good start so far, with 20 million downloads clocked since its release across iOS and Android devices.
Sensor Tower is behind the 20M number, with the statistical firm tracking mobile downloads, reporting 20 million downloads of Call of Duty: Mobile so far. Interestingly, gamers have already spent $2 million on microtransactions in that time.
India is a hotspot for Call of Duty: Mobile, with 14% of all installs of the game taking place in the country while US gamers account for 9% in comparison.
Call of Duty: Mobile is a free-to-play game that packs maps, modes, weapons, and characters from the full Call of Duty franchise, into the world of mobile gaming. There are plenty of gamers who can't afford $60 on the full game, so the F2P model on COD: Mobile is going to be a big deal going into the future.
Activision is associated with Call of Duty: Mobile but Chinese giant Tencent actually made the game.
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