The Witcher franchise continues its expansion to other platforms. It’s been revealed that mobile AR game The Witcher: Monster Slayer has already surpassed $500,000 in player spending on iOS and Android.
The game also reached 1 million downloads since launch, according to Sensor Tower (via GamesIndustry.biz).
Poland accounted for most downloads, while the US players generated most of The Witcher: Monster Slayer’s revenue.
Here’s how the title compares to other AR games. Minecraft Earth reached 1.2 million downloads in its first week since launch. Harry Potter: Wizards Unite generated 1.3 million installs, and Pokémon GO reached 10 million downloads during the first seven days after release.
Earlier this week, we also reported on the Spokko-developed game’s metrics, bugs at launch, and other information.
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