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Diablo Immortal and Candy Crush were biggest contributors to Activision Blizzard’s mobile growth in Q3
Mobile games accounted for over 50% of Activision Blizzard’s revenue in the third quarter. Here is how much money Diablo Immortal, Candy Crush Saga, and the company’s other mobile hits have exactly made.
Diablo Immortal enters top 10 highest-grossing mobile games in August with almost $100 million in revenue
Diablo Immortal experienced a surge in revenue last month, breaking into the top 10 highest-grossing mobile titles globally. The game continues to grow despite all the controversy surrounding its monetization.
Diablo Immortal becomes second fastest video game IP to surpass $100 million in mobile revenue
Diablo Immortal has reached another revenue milestone. According to Sensor Tower, the mobile version of Blizzard’s latest game has already generated over $100 million in less than two months since its launch.
Blizzard boss Mike Ybarra responds to Diablo Immortal controversy: “The monetization comes in at the end game”
Mike Ybarra, the president of Blizzard Entertainment, has tried to defend the controversial monetization model of Diablo Immortal. He thinks that it is still a gameplay-first project with a free campaign.
Diablo Immortal requires over $500k to max out character due to hidden “whale mechanic”
It was believed that it would take around $100k to max out a Diablo Immortal character. However, a new calculation suggests that the actual sum might be five times more due to a hidden mechanic aimed at the so-called whales.
Diablo Immortal generates $14.5 million on mobile in 1 week, Blizzard calls it “biggest launch in franchise history”
Diablo Immortal has been a subject to criticism and polarizing opinions ever since its launch. However, the game has attracted a large audience in its first week, with Blizzard calling it the biggest launch in franchise history.
Diablo Immortal becomes lowest-rated Blizzard game by players, while its revenue tops $6 million
Players have been ripping Diablo Immortal apart, dropping its user score on Metacritic to near-zero values. It is now the lowest-rated Blizzard game ever, excluding remasters and other rereleases. However, the title continues to generate money on mobile.
Diablo Immortal generates almost $800k in first 24 hours since its launch on mobile
Dialbo Immortal, the first mobile title in the prominent ARPG series, had a successful launch despite the controversy surrounding its monetization. The game has already generated almost $800k on iOS and Android in 24 hours.