The mobile action-rpg from Bethesda reaches the top of the App store with one million downloads, what causes its early access start.
Announced at E3 2018, The Elder Scrolls: Blades kicked off on iOS and Android several days ago for those who had signed up for early access, and has made it to more than one million downloads from players in its first week, and talking about incomes, it’s already has made almost $500,000. Meanwhile it’s PC counterpart Elder Scrolls Online on PC and consoles having regular updates and creates a lot of demand for ESO Boosting services which we of course provide all the time.
Sensor Tower says that the title is at No.1 in the download charts, with 42% (420,000) of downloads coming from the US.
US users also reported for 76% of spending, making its total is around $380,000.
These calculations don’t include Android statistics, so total downloads are probably much higher.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades is free-to-play, but includes in-app purchases to speed player advance, such as Silver Chests that hold gold and items, like equipment, supplies, and materials.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades got an update this week to smooth some kinks, with Bethesda promising farther balance settings, particularly for the Silver Chest.