Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds made $100 million in player spending in the first 11 days after its release. The game, which was released in only 5 countries, has entered the mobile games market even faster than Pokémon GO.
According to Sensor Tower Store Intelligence data, it took 12 days for Pokémon GO to reach that milestone back in 2016. Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds became the second highest-grossing mobile game worldwide in its first 11 days of release, raising an estimated $101.3 million. The number one game on the list was Tencent’s Honor of Kings, while the number three game was PUBG Mobile from Tencent. Currently, Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds is available in only five markets: Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau.
Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds, which achieved great success in a very short time, also managed to become the highest-grossing RPG of June 2021. On the list, Uma Musume Pretty Derby is second, Fate/Grand Order is third, Fantasy Westward Journey is fourth, and Lineage M is fifth.
In addition, Japan was the most profitable country in the first 11 days of the launch of Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds, generating $45.6 million from this market, or 45% of the total revenue. South Korea ranked 2nd with about 35 percent of global player spending, while Taiwan ranked 3rd with 15.7 percent. Player spending was split evenly, with the App Store and Google Play both accounting for %50.