Data tracking firm Sensor Tower is reporting that the long-awaited mobile title from Nintendo, Fire Emblem Heroes earned more than $2.9 million in worldwide gross revenue and been downloaded more than two million times. The recent Nintendo mobile game was released two days ago now and even though it’s not as popular in America as it is in Japan, it is doing good.
The chart provided by Sensor Tower shows that the game earned considerably less than both Pokémon GO ($10.2M) and Super Mario Run ($8.4M just on iOS) in its first 24 hours.
The next mobile game by Nintendo is most likely going to be Animal Crossing which could come out in late 2017 into early 2018, but we’ll have to see. That game was recently delayed as well.