Marvel Strike Force has earned over $55 million worldwide

To date, FoxNext’s superhero RPG has been downloaded over 13.7 million times

Marvel Strike Force has earned over $55 million worldwide

FoxNext’s turn-based superhero battler Marvel Strike Force has earned over $55 million worldwide.

Sensor Tower reports that while it took four months for the free-to-play title to hit $25 million, the next $25 million was earned rapidly within 95 days.

September was the biggest earner for Marvel Strike Force, increasing 8 per cent month-over-month from August. The title brought FoxNext roughly $8.9 million during the month.

Installs went up dramatically that month too, with September’s 1.2 million downloads marking an increase of 53 per cent over the month prior.

Strike hard

The United States represents the largest portion of Marvel Strike Force revenue at 62 per cent of the total, or $34 million. The UK follows at 5.3 per cent of player spending.

Marvel Strike Force has now been downloaded over 13.7 million times, with the US accounting for 30 per cent of those installs. Despite not contributing as much spend, Indian and Brazillian users have downloaded the game more than British users.

Following Disney’s whopping $71.3 billion takeover of 21st Century Fox, FoxNext is now under the ownership of the big mouse.


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Nick Moore
Shame they are robbing their customer to do it.