Players Have Spent $1.5 Million On Fortnite Mobile In Four Days

In just three days, Fortnite players have spend a great deal of cash on the iOS version of this game. SensorTower, an app data tracker that cites data from its Store Intelligence platform, shows the iOS version of Fortnite has made over $1.5 million within four days.

The firm says that in the first 72 hours of the game’s availability on iOS devices, players had already spent $1 million. Players can spend on cosmetic skins which can be purchased with real money.

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Based on the chart above, Fortnite has performed better in terms of revenues than NetEase’s Knives Out and Rules of Survival in its first four days. The figures are coming from iOS alone and one could wonder how much Epic will be getting when their Android version is out on the app store.

Epic’s action shooter is planned for a launch on Android devices at a later date too. For the time being, Fortnite is available for iOS, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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