Call of Duty Mobile Beat PUBG Highest Downloads Record. Battle Royle video games caught on and actually by no means fell out of trend.
The beyond few years saw the upward push of cell games.
It has been a terrific time for gaming on the go with the discharge of PUBG and we went from console nerds, PC peasants to mobile noobs in barely 2 years.
When PUBG dropped it had all people with Android 5.1.1 or above hooked to their telephones. And then got here the promise of Call of Duty, the most famous first-character shooter online game’s cellular debut.
Apart from the regular prompts to shop for conflict passes at the start of each sport, the sport changed into an immediately hit with war royale fanatics, no surprises there.
What is surprising although is how quickly it trumped PUBG. Looks like more human beings downloaded CoD than they did PUBG (and by a large margin).
As consistent with reports in Business Insider (Sensor Tower), Call of Duty cell has exceeded PUBG with its first-week download numbers.
The cell recreation officially broke a file with a whopping a hundred million downloads! Yup, that’s how many downloads it were given inside the first seven days of its release.
The game has created history by racking up more downloads than any other mobile game ever, revealed analytics firm Sensor Tower. It has reportedly achieved over 100 million downloads since going live at the beginning of the month.
According to a latest data from Sensor Tower, PUBG Mobile revenue spiked 652 per cent year-on-year, grossing $496 million for the period.
The company also launched the lighter version of the same PUBG Mobile Lite. It is the toned-down version of PUBG Mobile that hit the Indian market in July this year.
Call of Duty’s downloads come from Android users who make up for 44.3% of the user base with iOS contributing for more than half of the players.
Indians formed the second-largest users after the US. To be fair, Fortnite’s user base was only iOS users.
The margin falls into perspective when you compare it to PUBG’s download numbers which were 28 million in the first week.
Moreover, the recently launched Mario Kart Tour came in close to Call of Duty with 90 million downloads.
Call of Duty’s revenue is piling up at a crazy pace with $17.7 million in earnings so far and it’s no surprise.