Since 2013, Monster Strike has earned more than $10.5 billion — this is only in Japan
Ten years after its release, the Japanese battler Monster Strike continues to be one of the most popular and popular mobile games in its homeland. This is reported by Sensor Tower analysts.
The title still regularly hits the top of the top-grossing games in the Japanese App Store. According to Sensor Tower calculations, over the past three years (from October 11, 2020 to October 10, 2023), Monster Strike has been in the top 10 of the store for a total of 962 days, in the top 3 - 563 days, and in first place — 245 days.
Also during this period, Monster Strike consistently led in Japan in terms of MAU. The average monthly audience of the game was 5.8 million people.
Note that now the revenue of Monster Strike is 1.7 times higher than the revenue of another popular Japanese battler Puzzle & Dragons. Since its release in February 2012, it has earned about $6 billion in Japan.