Call of Duty: Mobile Exceeds 20 Million Download Threshold in First Two Days

Activision, one of the game giants, recently launched Call of Duty: Mobile. The game was downloaded millions of times shortly after being available for download on both the Google Play Store and the App Store. Now there’s some statistical data that reveals that Call of Duty: Mobile could shake pubg mobile’s throne.

Call of Duty: Mobile is owned by Activision, but Tencent took over the development process. So we can say that both PUBG Mobile and Call of Duty: Mobile were developed by the same company. The resulting data shows that Call of Duty: Mobile is just as popular as PUBG Mobile.

According to statistical data, Call of Duty: Mobile has reached 2 million downloads on its first day alone. The game is most interested in the UsA, Japan and India. However, gamers in other countries do not ignore Call of Duty: Mobile. The game is currently number one on the App Store in 25 countries. It ranks among the top five in 37 countries.

Interestingly, Call of Duty: Mobile had a much bigger explosion on its second day. So much so that the game reached 20 million downloads by the end of the second day. According to the data, gamers in India have downloaded the game the most. India alone covers 14 percent of Call of Duty: Mobile’s total downloads. In a small calculation, 2,800,000 gamers in India alone installed Call of Duty: Mobile.