The Fire Emblem Mobile Game Has Reportedly Made $1 Billion

Fire Emblem Heroes has apparently surpassed $1 billion in revenue, surpassing all of Nintendo's other mobile games and becoming the first to reach the $1 billion milestone.

Sensor Tower's most recent analysis, as reported by gamesindustry.biz, found that Heroes, 

When compared to Nintendo's other mobile games, ranked fourth in terms of downloads but first in terms of income.

For instance, Mario Kart Tour and Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp are tied for second place, but their combined earnings are only $282 million compared to Heroes' $1 billion.

Dragalia Lost is ranked fourth with $168 million, followed by Super Mario Run ($87 million) and Dr. Mario World ($14 million)

In addition, Heroes grossed almost $29 million in the first quarter of 2022 alone.

The game is most popular in Japan (54 percent of its lifetime spending), followed by the United States (32 percent) and Canada (14 percent) (at 3 percent ).

In February of 2017, more than five years ago, Nintendo released its third mobile game as part of its expansion into the mobile industry.

Nintendo has not launched a mobile game since Mario Kart Tour in 2019, excluding Pikmin Bloom, which was developed by Niantic and released in 2021.

At the time, the firm indicated it aimed to release two to three mobile games per year.

Heroes has proven to be popular on its own, as IGN noted in its 7/10 review: "Fire Emblem Heroes is a lighter but still engaging take of the tactical RPG series' characteristic fighting."

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