Super Cell's hit mobile game "Clash Royale" has been beaten. Nintendo's newest mobile release, "Fire Emblem Heroes," is now leading in terms of revenue. The latest data reports reveal that the Nintendo-developed title has raked in over $2.9 million worldwide.
According to the Daily Express, Sensor Tower reported that "Clash Royale" only made around $1.4 million during its first day of release. "Fire Emblem Heroes" is currently third in place now, while "Pokemon Go" remains on top. "Super Mario Run" has landed on the second spot.
"Clash Royale" fans seem to have lost the excitement that they once had. "Fire Emblem Heroes" is now one of the hottest games in the history of mobile titles. It remains to be seen if Nintendo's newest game will continue to be in the top 5 list.
Meanwhile, "Clash Royale" continues to open doors for new challenges that should supposedly boost the interest of players. Just recently, Supercell kicked off a challenge event called the Battle Ram Challenge. The event has allowed for some of the winning players to get the rare Battle Ram card.
While the Battle Ram card for "Clash Royale" has yet to be released on Feb. 10, it could raise interest for fans who once played the game but have recently stopped due to other more enticing titles. "Fire Emblem Heroes" is just one of these games. On the other hand, "Clash Royale" still has a lot of chances to gain new players.
According to iDigital Times, the Battle Ram card will cost 4 Elixir to be deployed. This is why it is considered as one of the rare cards in "Clash Royale." When the card is activated, it will offer moderate hit points and gives Barbarian troops once the hit points are used up.
"Clash Royale" is playable on iOS and Android devices. The game was released Jan. 4, 2016. Stay tuned for more updates and news on Supercell's mobile games.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.