Call of Duty Mobile has generated just short of $87 million in its first two months on app stores, although spending slowed in its second month.
A new report from Sensor Tower shows the mobile free-to-play shooter made $31 million last month, which combined with the $55 million in its opening month of October puts revenues well over $85 million.
Unsurprisingly, the US is the game's biggest market, accounting for 42% ($36 million) of its total spend. Japan was the second largest, contributing 13.2% ($11 million) of its revenues, with Britain in third at 3% ($2.6 million).
Most of the revenue -- 59.2%, more than $51 million -- came from iOS. This is more than the $10 million PUBG Mobile earned on the platform during its first two months, but less than the $66 million achieved by Fortnite.
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