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Hearthstone makes more money on Mobile than PC

Hearthstone makes more money on Mobile than PC

Hearthstone makes more money on Mobile than PC

Hearthstone makes more money on Mobile than PC

 

Hearthstone, Blizzard's World of Warcraft inspired trading card game, has started making more money on mobile platforms than it does on the original PC version, thanks to the game's new Android and Mobile versions. 

It is unsurprising that the mobile version have been received so well, with touch screens being so well suited to card games and the quick nature of the game. The success of the mobile versions of the game has come at the expense of the PC version, with many gamers seemingly moving from the PC to the mobile version when the title was released for Android.  

  Hearthstone makes more money on Mobile than PC  

The data provided by Superdata also shows us that the revenue of Hearthstone has also spiked when the Curse of Naxxramas DLC and the Goblins VS Gnomes Expansions were released. It will be interesting to see in the future if the Blackrock Mountain and Tavern Brawl feature have had similar affects. 

Hearthstone continues to remain a great earner for Blizzard, with many other companies trying to jump onto the TCG bandwagon with the Elder Scrolls card game and other similar titles. Hearthstone was the first to market and no doubt has a great formula, though it will be interesting to see if any of these upcoming digital card games can even compete with the juggernaut that is Hearthstone. 

 

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22-07-2015, 07:31:49

Dark NighT
Hmm i never thought this would happen, i thought tablet and pc would always be the biggest one for revenue.

And no i havent switched, i like the game on mobile and my phone can run it, i would just prefer to kick back, cup of coffee in one hand and the mouse in the other.Quote

22-07-2015, 20:28:37

Legacy-ZA
Well, maybe they mean tablet as a mobile device, it kinda is mobile. If I had one, I would be in front of the TV, stretched out on a couch and playing it way more often. Quote
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