Fire Emblem Heroes Smartphone Game Earns US$230 Million Globally in 2018

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Dragalia Lost earns US$58.4 million, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp earns US$48.6 million

Mobile app data analysis organization Sensor Tower reported on Thursday that Nintendo's four current mobile games (Fire Emblem Heroes, Dragalia Lost, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, Super Mario Run) earned a combined total of US$348 million globally in 2018, an increase of 15% compared to 2017.

Fire Emblem Heroes on its own earned more than US$230 million globally, or about 66% of the US$348 million earned for all four games combined. As of August, the game had earned US$400 million since it launched, and now that number is at US$487 million.

Dragalia Lost earned US$58.4 million in 2018, and has now surpassed US$60 million worldwide. The game launched on September 27 in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, and the United States, and earned US$16 million in its first two weeks.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp earned US$48.6 million worldwide in 2018, and Super Mario Run earned US$10 million.

Source: Sensor Tower (Randy Nelson)

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