Call of Duty Mobile has been downloaded 35 million times within days of launch

Call of Duty Mobile
Call of Duty Mobile hits 35 million downloads (Picture: Activision)
Call of Duty Mobile

Call of Duty Mobile hits 35 million downloads (Picture: Activision)

The latest Call of Duty title has been released, and this time not on a console but on mobile. It’s been out only a few days, and it’s already been downloaded over 35 million times, that is a great feat.

Even when compared to Mario Kart Tour which has had over 90 million in the space of a week, so CoD mobile still has a few days left to catch up, however, even if it reaches 45 million it’s still impressive.

According to Activision, Call of Duty Mobile has claimed the downloaded iOS app ranking in 100 countries and by its own estimates is one of fastest shooting games to cross 35 million in such a short amount of time.

There have been some interesting features of the mobile version, as once it launched, people could use controllers, which of course made a massive difference when playing against people using phone controls. Yet Activision quickly patched that, so controllers were no longer possible to use.

Though if you own a PC or a laptop, you are in luck, as if you download the emulated version of CoD mobile, you can use a keyboard and mouse, as well as rebind buttons. Which is going to create an even more significant difference than controllers did, however, there is no information whether emulated players are only up against other emulation players, like in PUBG for mobile.

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Hey, my name is Mark, I am 29, video game enthusiast! My earliest memory was playing Worms on the Amiga against my Godmother, yes the Amiga, massive box type thing, needed eighty-five thousand floppy disks to play one game, maybe a slight exaggeration, those were the days! I love RPG's, and The Legend of Zelda series. Dogs are pretty awesome.

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