Pokémon GO raised $34.7 million in April, but it’s a poor result

Pokémon GO is a popular game played by thousands of people around the world. However, the title has not presented the results expected by the creators. The latest information shows that the game raised ‘only’ 34.7 million dollars in April and this is then the lowest amount achieved since the year 2018.

Pokémon GO just raised $34.7 million in April

The Pokémon Go game was created by Niantic and Nintendo, having been released on July 6, 2016. At the time of its arrival, the title of the popular anime was a real success, with practically all gamers talking about the game and it was also a way to get many players out of their homes to literally go pokemon hunting, thus also promoting the practice of physical exercise.

But, over the years, the popularity of the game has stopped being the same and the latest results show that. The information reveals that Pokémon GO raised ‘only’ US$34.7 million last April, this being the lowest figure recorded since 2018. We recall that the popular title was one of the most lucrative on the market during its 7 years of existence. existence, but in recent months the success has been less and less.

The information was revealed by the Mobilegamer.biz channel (via IGN Portugal) and indicate that, in the month of February, Pokémon GO had managed to raise 58 million dollars and in March that value was 42.8 million dollars. With the new April data, it turns out that the game had a significant drop of around 40%.

Interestingly, this abrupt drop comes after Niantic’s controversial decision to increase the price of Remote Raids. But many players complain about the lack of new content, which could also have contributed to these results.

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