Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp scores 15 million downloads in just one week

It looks like Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has just become Nintendo's second largest mobile game launch after Super Mario Run. The game has achieved a certain number of downloads that proves how popular Nintendo's franchises are among mobile users.

Based on Sensor Tower's early estimates, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has been downloaded at least 15 million times worldwide in just one week. We're talking about downloads across both App Store and Google Play of course.

In comparison, Super Mario Run reached 32 million downloads one week after launch, while Fire Emblem Heroes amassed only 7 million within its first six days of availability. However, the latter remains the most profitable mobile game launched by the Japanese company, as per Nintendo's statement.

Still, a high number of downloads isn't always a recipe for success, as Fire Emblem Heroes has proven once again, so it will be interesting to see how efficient Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp's monetization system will be in the months following the game's release.

source: Sensor Tower


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