It took less than two weeks for Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds to generate over $100 million in revenue on mobile, according to Sensor Tower. It’s an impressive milestone, considering that the game is only available in a few regions.
- Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds was officially released on June 11, and it’s now only available in Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau. 11 days later, it earned $101.3 million on Google Play and App Store combined.
- The most lucrative market for Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds was Japan (45% of total spending), followed by South Korea (35%), and Taiwan (15.7%).
- The game became the 2nd highest-grossing mobile title in the world between June 10 and June 20, right behind Honor of Kings from Tencent, which reached $102.3 million in revenue. Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds is followed by PUBG Mobile ($80.2 million).
- Netmarble’s new title became the top-grossing RPG globally, outshining games like Uma Musume Pretty Derby, Fate/Grand Order, Fantasy Westward Journey, and Lineage M. It’s worth noting that all these projects are published by Asian companies.
- Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds also became one of the fastest games to generate $100 million. For example, it took 12 days for Pokémon GO and 13 days for Genshin Impact to reach this figure.
- Genshin Impact towers over other mobile action games in US, generating over $170 million in 6 months
- Google sued by over 30 states over ‘extravagant’ Play Store commission
- Marvel Games and Netmarble want Marvel Future Revolution to be “the first touchpoint for console gamers to try out playing a mobile game seriously”
- Android devs can now enroll for 15% service fee for Google Play