Call of Duty: Mobile has passed 250 million downloads after eight months on the market, according to new estimates from Sensor Tower.
That figure includes all international versions of the game, which was a collaboration between Tencent and Activision Blizzard, across both the App Store and Google Play.
Call of Duty: Mobile launched on October 1, 2019, and since then it has been downloaded 250 million times, and taken $327 million in revenue.
According to Sensor Tower, the game has seen an increase in revenue since February -- a similar timeline to the global spread of COVID-19. The peak in 2020 was $53 million in May, the game's second most lucrative month since its October launch.