ZeptoLab's C.A.T.S. smashes 60 million downloads in four months

Three trillion cars destroyed so far

ZeptoLab's C.A.T.S. smashes 60 million downloads in four months

ZeptoLab's latest game C.A.T.S. has achieved 60 million downloads just four months after first launching.

Players have successfully destroyed over three trillion cars in-game, and have made 236 million bets on the fights. There is an average of 722 fights in-game every second.

ZeptoLab is also adding new social features to the game with a new mode called Gang Battles. These require players to team up with their Gang, the game's guilds, in order to fight other players in 3v3 battles for timed rewards.

Got the cream

C.A.T.S. got off to a flying start when it first launched back in April 2017 after scoring eight million downloads in its first weekend of release. It also impressed critics, with our IAP Inspector calling it "fresh and generous".

The game had cleared 50 million downloads in its first three months, with ZeptoLab's Chief Product Officer Max Petrov telling us that "people seem to love the game, the ratings are very high and it's our biggest title in terms of profit."

"Yet we don’t want to stop here – there's still room for many improvements," he added.


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