Call of Duty: Mobile was one of the most anticipated mobile video games by fans, something that was noticed during its first day in digital stores, as the game achieved 3 million downloads. However, the title, which can be download for free, has not stopped increasing its mass of players over time, achieving 20 million downloads in just three days.
The work of the Activision saga features a battle royale modeplus a variety of classic maps and modes, such as Nuketown. Shortly after its premiere, the statistics firm Sensor Tower has announced through its Twitter account that Call of Duty: Mobile, the version for mobile devices of the shooter saga, downloaded 20 million times in just three days.
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In the same way, the firm also announces that users of the new Call of Duty game already have spent $ 2 million on microtransactions. In addition, the new mobile title of the franchise has become a success in India, a country that represents 14% of total downloads. The United States, for its part, only owns 9 percent of the facilities.
Players have spent $ 2 million on microtransactions
There was a lot of expectation for the premiere of Call of Duty: Mobile, something that is reflected in the number of downloads that the game has in just its first days of life. A title that will follow increasing your player mass and your success, more considering that it is totally free and that offers fans of the saga to experience the games of Call of Duty without spending a single euro and on their smartphones.
More than 20 million players are enjoying the fighting in Call of Duty: Mobile, which offers a wide variety of multiplayer modes, where users will be able to return to classic maps of the franchise, such as Countdown and Crash, from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare; Overgrown from Modern Warfare; or Nuketown, one of the most beloved maps in Black Ops, among others.