And it's not even close.
Diablo Immortal

Activision Blizzard, by way of a recent financial report, says that they have made more money through their mobile releases in the last quarter than it has on all of its console and PC titles combined. TweakTown shares some of these quarterly report findings showing that games like Diablo Immortal, Call of Duty Mobile, and Candy Crush Saga make up about 51% of Activision's total earnings.

Compared to the same quarter in 2021, Activision Blizzard's mobile earnings went up 462%. In Q2 2022, mobile games pulled in $831 million (USD) for the company. Console earnings amounted to just $376 million, PC was $332 million, and "other" such as Overwatch League and Call of Duty League earnings were $105 million.

The biggest player in Activision Blizzard's mobile windfall comes from King. King pulled in $684 million out of the $831 million for all mobile earnings.

"In addition, we expect to continue to deliver ongoing content for various of our franchises. We will also continue to invest in opportunities that we believe have the potential to drive our growth over the long-term, including continuing to build on our advertising initiatives and investments in mobile titles," Activision CEO Bobby Kotick said in the Q2 earnings report.