Is The Message

‘Call of Duty: Mobile’ Left 100 Million Downloads in its First Week


The mobile version of Activision’s world-renowned Call of Duty game, Call of Duty: Mobile, has been criticized by many players, but with its download figures, it is a success. The game, which was offered to both iOS and Android users, was downloaded more than 100 million times in its first week and achieved a hard-to-reach success.

Call of Duty: Mobile, developed by the world-renowned gaming company Tencent Games, has been making its mark on the gaming world since day one. ‘Mobile’ name of the mobile phone, even if the name of us can be played on computers, the game is getting new players every day. The game, which was announced to be downloaded 35 million times in the last days, is multiplying its success. According to Reuters’ download figures, Call of Duty: Mobile has the potential to beat other competitors in the market.

Speaking of competitors in the market, PUBG, Fortnite and Apex Legends, such as the first week of the number of successful games without looking at the download figures. According to official figures, the PUBG was 26.3 million in its first week; Fortnite in the first week of 22.5 million; Apex Legends reached 25 million downloads in its first week.

PUBG, Fortnite and Apex Legends games of the same category almost doubled in the first week, the game in the same period with 90 million downloads Mario Kart Tour and 85.6 million downloads Pok√©mon Go’yu behind. Developed in partnership with Activision, Tencent and TiMi Studios, the game has been criticized by users for reality, but the short-lived audience is already showing that the game will be successful.

PUBG tricks in terms of troubles in a period of time released in the game has not yet discovered cheating, players are one of the features that attracts us. Call of Duty: Mobile, which is on its way in iOS and Android, will see if it can beat its rivals in the coming period.

0 0 vote
Article Rating
Notify of
1 Comment
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

[…] submitted by /u/memq35 [link] […]

If you have any copyright issues, just mail us. is the message
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x