Fire Emblem Heroes, the mobile based title has been downloaded over two million times according to Sensor Tower.
Sensor Tower, a mobile marketing intelligence firm have stated that Intelligent Systems’ mobile title, Fire Emblem Heroes was downloaded more than two million times within the first 24 hours of its release across the Apple App Store, and Google Play Store.
It had grossed more than $2.9 million worldwide.
This wasn’t enough to beat Nintendo’s Pokemon GO app which hit £10.2m on its first day. Super Mario Run also beat Fire Emblem Heroes with a gross sum of $8.4m. Fire Emblem Heroes did however beat Supercell’s Clash Royale, which only gained $1.4m on its release day.
In terms of actual downloads, Fire Emblem Heroes and Clash Royale matched at 2 million downloads.
Sensor Tower released some graphics to illustrate these figures, and you can see those directly below.
The majority of the figures came from Japan, with the US ranking the title at 2nd place. Sensor Tower stated,
“Of course, we don’t have a real indication of how Fire Emblem Heroes will monetize long-term yet. The initial players are likely to be the most diehard fans of the property, thus willing to spend more, and may not have progressed far enough into the game to really feel the need to monetize. That said, we’ll check back on the game as we get further from release to see how these day one metrics hold up.”
Source: Sensor Tower Blog