Fortnite Mobile made over $25 million in its first month

By | April 21, 2018

Fortnite Battle Royale is one of the most popular games of the current period of time as it’s a free to play game for various gaming consoles. Fortunately, the game is also available for free to download and play on mobile platforms. The Fortnite Mobile gains thousands of users to the platform and now its mobile platform has crossed $25 Million mark. 

In just one month of time, Fortnite Battle Royale’s mobile version has earned over $25 Million. Being a free to play game, the gameplay offers in-game purchases from which you can get plenty of things and powers by paying some bucks. With the in-game purchases option, the game has earned $25 Million in its first month.

After officially launching for the consoles, the game was there with invite only version for two weeks for smartphone users. Now, the game has achieved $25 million of mark in just 30 days of its time.

Fortnite’s mobile edition was released in the middle of the march month. The game was initially available for a limited number of users with invite only function. People who had signed up for the mobile edition got the chance to play this game on their respective iOS devices. With Invite Only edition, the game has generated $15 Million.

A few days back, the developers have made the Fortnite game available for public users. Which means, you don’t need to use invite option to download and install this game. You will be able to get the game for free without any further requests and invites. After this, more people have joined the battle and the game has been doing tremendously well in the market. The revenue generation report says it all!

According to insider’s report, most of the revenue generated by the game is through the purchase of V-Bucks. This is used to buy skins for the players and various other useful tools such as pickaxes and gliders and emotes. It seems like the fans of the game have loved this new feature and they are openly purchasing this add-on from the in-game section.

What makes us more curious is, Epic Games is yet to announce the Fortnite Battle Royale game for Android edition. Yes, the Android Edition of the game is yet to be announced as it is just available for the iOS platform only. The revenue report will break down all the benchmarks set by other games when the game is finally available for Android platform.

Apparently, the game has already broken down many records set by various giant apps such as Tinder, Pandora, YouTube, and Hulu. Fornite’s Mobile edition has generated $9.5 million from April 1 to April 15. As mentioned above, the game will generate more money after the launch of its Android version.