The fourth title in Nintendo’s mobile library, Dragalia Lost, was released in September 2018. Having been downloaded over three million times and generating $100 million has caused Animal Crossing to drop to third, just shy at $99 million.
Trailing behind is Nintendo’s first mobile title Super Mario Run with a revenue of $72 million. At the bottom is Dr. Mario World with less than $800,000.
Fire Emblem Heroes is the top-grossing title, having earned $591 million, putting it nearly $500 million ahead of second and third place. Dragalia Lost also places second in revenue per download at $33 per download, just behind Fire Emblem Heroes at $38. Trailing behind is Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp with $3.30 per download.
Of the 11 markets, the game is available in; Japan has generated the most revenue with more than $58 million grossed to date. Hong Kong has the most spending per download at $63, while Japan has $47 per download.
Monthly player spending has dropped since release. At its highest Dragalia Lost generated $25 million in October last year, most recently grossing nearly $3.6 million in June. However, almost a quarter of Nintendo’s mobile income for June came from the title.