Niantic and Capcom shared the success of the mobile AR game Monster Hunter Now. The companies reported that the title was downloaded 10 million times in just over a month.
"We are thrilled that so many people have enjoyed Monster Hunter Now in the first month since its global release," said Ryozo Tsujimoto, producer of the Monster Hunter series at Capcom.
According to the AppMagic analytical service, since September 14, Monster Hunter Now has earned $40 million from IAP (the amount is indicated after taxes and shares of stores). The main markets for it were Japan ($29.4 million), Hong Kong ($3.2 million) and the USA ($2.7 million).
Monster Hunter Now is Niantic's second highest—grossing game. According to AppMagic, only Pokémon GO earned more with IAP — $5.14 billion.