Fire Emblem Heroes Smartphone Game Earns US$230 Million Globally in 2018
posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
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)