It looks like the Dragalia Lost is now reaching new heights amongst Nintendo’s mobile offerings.
Sensor Tower has released more data for the gacha title developed by Cygames. This week, the game finally hit $100 million in player spending, from 3 million downloads. This makes it Nintendo’s 2nd most profitable mobile title so far, surpassing Animal Crossing Pocket Camp. (See the table below)
- Available in just 11 markets
- Three million downloads
- Dragalia Lost has generated nearly a quarter of Nintendo’s $20 million net income from its mobile portfolio last month
- Has surpassed $100 million in total player spending
- Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp sits at $99 million in player spending
- Second only to Fire Emblem Heroes in terms of all-time revenue per download
- The game grossed $3.6 million in Jun
- Dragalia Lost sees an average of approximately $33 per download, compared to $38 for Fire Emblem Heroes
- Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has revenue per download of $3.30 in comparison.
- Dragalia Lost has generated its largest portion of revenue from Japan, where players have spent more than $58 million
- The United States is the game’s second largest market at 21 percent of spending or $21 million
- Hong Kong leads the way in terms of revenue per download at $63, compared to Japan’s $47 and $17 in the U.S.
- The game’s monthly player spending declined from a high of $25 million in October of last year