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Total spending on the Pokemon mobile games has surpassed $2.5 billion, according to a Sensor Tower report. That goal was reached with a combined six titles, but Pokemon GO accounts for roughly 98% of all player spending.

Outside of Pokemon GO, Pokemon Shuffle Mobile has grossed roughly $25 million. Pokemon Duel, Pokemon Quest, Pokemon: Magikarp Jump, and Pokemon TCG Online follow next.

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Other than version 3.3.0 dropping, Fire Emblem Heroes also saw its usual Thursday update today, meaning that Tactics Drills got updated. The new map “Fates Entwined” can be found in the Skill Studies section.

A new update has gone live for Fire Emblem Heroes. Version 3.0.0 is out now, including the expansion of the Inherit Skill feature and more.

Below are the full details about the update:

Next weekend, Pokemon GO players will have a chance to encounter Rayquaza. The Legendary Pokemon will be appearing on March 15 at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET. You’ll have until the same time on March 18 before the event ends.

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We’ve seen Nintendo team up with a few different companies on its mobile games over the past couple of years. One such company is Cygames, which helped create Dragalia Lost. Although that title is free to download, players can spend money on items. Unfortunately for Cygames, it sounds like players haven’t been putting down enough cash.

CyberAgent, the parent company of CyGames, reduced its fiscal year earnings forecast for the first time in 17 years in January. The reason? Dragalia Lost. While players of the mobile game have increased, revenue from each player has fallen short of projections.

The third and final round of the latest Voting Gauntlet in Fire Emblem Heroes has concluded, resulting in Morgan claiming the top spot in the War of the Tacticians event.

Although it was tightly contested, Morgan beat out familiar tactician Soren to win it all. Those who supported Morgan throughout the Gauntlet can access the mode to receive a prize.

The final bracket can be viewed below.

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To coincide with the most recently announced new heroes coming to Fire Emblem Heroes, a new “Reason to Fight” Forging Bonds event has been announced.

The event is set to begin on March 8th and run until March 22nd. Players will be able to get closer and unlock dialogue and accessories in regards to the newly announced characters Lugh, Sue, Thea, and Idunn. This is now the 8th Forging Bonds event to occur in Fire Emblem Heroes.

Images of the unlockable accessories can be viewed below.

Fire Emblem Heroes has another summoning event in store. Beyond Darkness will feature Lugh, Sue, Thea, and Idunn from The Binding Blade. A new story chapter is planned as well.

Fire Emblem Heroes – Beyond Darkness kicks off on March 8. View a trailer for the event below.

Destructoid was recently about to speak with the co-directors of Fire Emblem Heroes. One of the more interesting comments came about when Shingo Matsushita was asked about what’s next for the mobile game.

In response, Matsushita said that the team is “discussing different ideas that will give even long-term players a fresh playing experience.” He raddled off some different ideas, such as the possibility of “a new mode that will introduce a social aspect to the game.”

Niantic has announced its latest event for Pokemon GO. Battle Showdown just went live, in which Fighting-type Pokemon such as Mankey, Machop, Makuhita, and Meditite will appear more frequently in the wild. You may also encounter Shiny Mankey and Shiny Machop if you’re lucky.

Bonuses are available as well. They include: