“Call of Duty” is the go-to video/mobile game for 13–24-year-olds

The younger generations have enthusiastically embraced the world of video games, and a recent North American survey reveals a resounding favorite among Gen Z, regardless of the gaming platform. 

In the ever-evolving realm of video games, the landscape is undergoing a transformative surge, marked by the infusion of new gear, content, and formats. While traditional consoles continue to hold sway, there's an undeniable storm brewing in the realm of mobile video games, captivating the imaginations of the younger generation. A recent report by YPulse delves into the preferences of 13–24-year-olds, shedding light not only on their game choices but also the motivations behind these preferences. 

The report unveils a multifaceted tapestry of gaming favorites, offering insights into the diverse and dynamic tastes of the younger demographic. Indeed, the widespread affinity for "Call of Duty" underscores the franchise's enduring appeal and its ability to resonate with the preferences of the modern gaming community. Whether played on consoles, PCs, or other gaming platforms, the game's immersive storytelling, dynamic gameplay, and competitive online modes have solidified its status as the go-to choice for the younger demographic. 

It was also noted that "Fortnite" and "Roblox" secured second and third place among the younger demographic, while "Grand Theft Auto V" and the broader "Grand Theft Auto (GTA) franchise" captured the attention of older gamers. 

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