Fortnite’s Mobile Microtransactions Brought In Over $1 Billion In Two Years – EDM.com

Despite being completely free-to-play, the video game behemoth Fortnite Battle Royale has passed $1 billion in microtransaction sales from the mobile version of the game. For those unfamiliar with their sales model, the base game is free for all to enjoy but players can buy in-game items like character, weapon, and parachute skins to customize their fighter.

As reported by Digital Music News, the mobile app analytics firm SensorTower released a breakdown of developers Epic Games‘ mobile in-game revenue over the past year. As you can see, sales are up considerably over the past month, seemingly due to the fact that the COVID-19 pandemic has forced most of the world to forego many of our favorite pastimes and stay indoors, leaving more time for video games.

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