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Release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons sees Pocket Camp’s best month ever, $150 million lifetime revenue

The iOS and Android title Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp had its best month ever in April 2020, according to Sensor Tower. The boost to the game came about with the release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons on the Nintendo Switch platform. This means that the overall lifetime total for the game stands at an incredible $150 million and the month of April alone brought in $7.9 million in player spending. The game has the most player spending in Japan followed by the United States and then the United Kingdom.

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2 comments

  1. This is actually good news for anyone worried about Nintendo putting more effort into mobile games over console games because it shows that good sales on a console game can drive revenue on mobile rather than just the other way around.

  2. hmm is this actually indicative of more profit though? I wonder how many of those people just downloaded for the crossover content and just left it on there phone in case there’s more. I know a majority of the people I know either stopped playing PC when NH came out, or they stopped ages ago. A bunch of the ones that stopped ages ago redownloaded it solely for the crossover content.

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