Fire Emblem Heroes revenue dips to $13.8 million in November, at $465 million for worldwide total
As reported by Sensor Tower, Fire Emblem Heroes has typically seen an average of $21 million in player spending since its February 2017 launch. However, in November, that figure dropped to $13.8 million. That’s 66% of its monthly average and a decrease of approximately 19% year-over-year.
Dragalia Lost earned more than Fire Emblem Heroes in September, which wasn’t entirely surprising given the new launch. This continued into November though, with Cygames’ title generating $16.3 million – about 18% more than Fire Emblem. One point to consider is that Dragalia Lost is available in five territories whereas Fire Emblem Heroes is out in 43.
Japan once again led the way with player spending in Fire Emblem Heroes at 60%. The United States followed at 28%. Fire Emblem Heroes ranked #62 by revenue globally, coming in at #29 in Japan and #66 in the U.S. The mobile game has grossed an estimated $465 million worldwide.