The mobile COD is still going strong.
Call of Duty is a beast. There’s really no other way to say it about a franchise that has stayed so dominant and at the top for nearly 15 years now. Now the series is on mobile devices, which will finally let you play with controllers again, and it’s showing there’s just no stopping this train anytime soon.
As reported via Sensor Tower, the second month for Call of Duty: Mobile may not have had quite the highs of the first month, but it’s still quite good. The free to play app has now been downloaded a staggering 172 million times. On top of the downloads, in November it pulled in $31 million in revenue and added to the first month’s roughly $54 million, which puts it at just under the $87 million mark. The US is still the biggest market accounting for 42% of revenue, with Japan a distant second with 11%.
Call of Duty: Mobile is now available to download on all compatible iOS and Android devices.