Fortnite: Battle Royale is one of the most successful games of recent years. As you can imagine, this means that it has left millions of profits to Epic Games. While there is no figure that tells us how much all versions have generated since its release, we know that Epic has won $300 million thanks to the iOS version.
According to a new report from Sensor Tower, in its first 200 days in the market, Fortnite for iOS achieved this millionth figure. Keep in mind that 65% of this income comes from players in the United States. Another interesting detail is that it was estimated that $20 million of the total revenue was generated in the launch week of Season 6. All of the above means that, on average, Fortnite for iOS has generated $1.5 million per day.
As a point of comparison, Clash Royale generated $228 million in its first 200 days in the market, while Honor of Kings – the Chinese version of Arena of Valor – achieved $114 million. On the other hand, in the 173 days, it has been offering microtransactions, PUBG Mobile has generated $47 million. We remind you that Pokémon GO took 113 days to achieve $300 million.
Finally, Sensor Tower mentioned that it is estimated that the Android version of Fortnite has generated $60 million. It is important to note that this port arrived in August, so it takes less time available than the iOS version.
Fortnite: Battle Royale is available for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and mobile devices.