Pokemon Quest Passes 7.5 Million Downloads

Nintendo, the developer of Pokemon Go, has attracted the new players into the Pokemon universe by introducing a new game last month which is Pokemon Quest. Now in a very short period of time, Pokemon Quest Passes 7.5 Million Downloads.

Pokemon Quest has been downloaded over 7.5 million times on Switch, iOS and Android

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The most recent data shows that Pokemon Quest generated over $3 million in revenue during its first week in the App Store and the Google Play Store. Users of the iOS platform were responsible for more than half of that amount, while players in Japan contributed 31%. U.S. and South Korean Quest players contributed 25% and 12% of the $3 million in revenue, respectively.

In the game, players control a team of cube-shaped Pokemon, Minecraft-style, in search of treasure on Tumblecube Island.  The Developers of the Game says that it is easy-to-use and “a completely new way to play Pokemon.” Also, players will be able to use the items they get from expeditions to befriend more Pokemon or make their own Pokemon stronger.

To make your Pokemon more strong, you have to make sure that you cook up the right dishes for your Pokemon, team them up appropriately, and upgrade them whenever you have the chance. Moreover, the Pokemon Quest Mobile Game will allow players to build base camps. They can also decorate the camps with in-game bonuses.

Also Check: Pre-Registrations Now Open for Nintendo’s Pokemon Quest Mobile Game

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger who focuses on providing the latest information regarding the innovations happening in the IT world. She likes reading, photography, travelling and exploring nature.
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