– Aug 30, 2021 – 09:52:30 AM
Call of duty, the FPS or First Person Shooter military cut published by Activision, is one of the most popular games worldwide. Each of its different installments sell millions of copies, and Mexico is no exception.
In fact, a recent report reveals that not one, but two titles of this franchise are among the most played in the Mexican Republic. It is a reflection of how great he is among Mexican players.
Call of Duty has a wide presence in Mexico
Where does this information come from? Well, it was shared through a statement from Facebook, and in relation to the celebration of Gamer’s Day, which is fulfilled every August 29.
And also because of Facebook Gaming, a platform from which it is possible to broadcast, as well as create communities that share interests with each other. The data revealed by this social network correspond to last July, so they are quite recent.
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There are five games that appear in the report of Facebook, and they are Call of Duty: Warzone, Garena Free Fire, Fortnite, Call of Duty: Mobile and Minecraft. The first thing that stands out is that the titles Free-to-PlayThat is, free with microtransactions, they dominate this list.
Four of the five have such a monetization scheme. Something that is also appreciated is that those with mobile versions also predominate in the same way.
Free-to-Play and mobiles dominate the market
Call of duty has two representatives on this list, reflecting the preferences of gamers, who not only enjoy the series on consoles and PC, but also on mobile.
The appearance of Free fire Nor is it strange, since it is one of the most popular games today, especially in Mexico. Compete in the subgenre of Battle royale with Fortnite, which is also available on multiple devices. It is interesting to see Minecraft.
This 2021 will celebrate its tenth anniversary, and it continues to maintain its popularity. Now, it should be noted that these data from Facebook are based on the amount of content created by streamers for Facebook Gaming.
They are not the result of a complete market analysis. But it is a clear reflection of the preferences of Mexican players. The creators are simply based on the most requested by the audience and these are the results.