One of the best launches ever witnessed in the mobile gaming industry, Call of Duty Mobile has created records of some sort. It is only a week since it got launched on Android and iOS, Tencent owned Timi Studio and Activision’s partnership mobile title crossed 100 million downloads. Its popularity has beaten the likes of Mario Kart Tour, Fortnite and PUBG.
Sensor Tower’s data suggests that the United States topped the list with 16.9% (17.3 million) downloads followed by India at 13.4% (13.7 million) downloads.
Given an unexpected launch, in a new in-game message, COD Mobile confirmed that it is coming with a new Free-for-All mode. It has arrived this Friday, October 11 but will last until Thursday, October 17.
Since its release, Free-for-All will be the leading mode to come to Call of Duty Mobile. It should be a classic everyone-for-themselves shootout if built on similar rulesets as followed by other Call of Duty games. It will be a welcome change from the game’s primarily team-based modes. If it works then you stand eligible to win on your own merits.
Call of Duty Mobile (also known as Legends of War) is the first installment of the ‘Call of Duty’ saga that attempts to transfer the PC and game console gaming experience to Android smartphones. In other words, just like Modern Warfare or Black Ops, this is a multiplayer FPS in every sense of the word.
Call of Duty Mobile hasn’t hit China market yet. As per reports from Forbes, Activision is in the process of soliciting consent to release the mobile version soon. Have fun till the time it lasts and let us know in comments how was the experience.