Call of Duty: Mobile, Activision’s upcoming free to play mobile game for iOS and Android, has already soft launched in both Canada and Australia.
According to a report from Sensor Tower, a mobile measurement firm (via GamesBeat), the Call of Duty: Mobile game has already seen 530,000 downloads in Canada and Australia since it’s soft launch in the market across both iOS and Android.
In addition, Sensor Tower reports that since July 18, the Call of Duty: Mobile game has generated more than $100,000 in revenue for Activision.
Sensor Tower, a mobile measurement firm, said Call of Duty: Mobile has amassed approximately 530,000 downloads in Canada and Australia since soft-launching in those markets. The title has only recently begun monetizing and has grossed more than $100,000 across both markets since July 18.
Activision, as part of their investor call, highlighted that the company is excited to launch both Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Mobile this year. Call of Duty: Mobile is the company’s big expansion of Call of Duty into new regions and onto the mobile platform with a more effective game overall versus their previous attempts.
During the investor call, Activision has stated that they are cautiously optimistic about the mobile game and didn’t want to give investors an indication as to revenue expectations. Based on other mobile games, Activision can easily expect to generate millions from this mobile game as the market for mobile games is huge in international markets.