Activision Blizzard’s popular shooter video game Call of Duty: Mobile which was released on the app markets on October 1st 2019 has surpassed 300 million app downloads in just over a year.
The free-to-play game generated over 100 million app downloads in its first week and hit the 250 million milestone in 8 months. As Activision Blizzard is celebrating the first anniversary of the game’s launch, Matt Lewis, the general manager of Call of Duty: Mobile, shared a video on Twitter and announced that the game has been downloaded over 300 million times so far.
Call of Duty: Mobile has also brought very successful results for the company in terms of revenue. Earlier this month, Sensor Tower revealed that the game has generated about $500 million in its first year.
After the removal of Epic Games-owned Fortnite from Google Play Store and App Store, the game saw an increase of 69% in revenue in the U.S.
Call of Duty: Mobile is also performing very good in the Asian market largely thanks to Activition’s partnership with Tencent. As we shared in a previous article, more than 46 million players pre-registered for the game in China.