Niantic’s extremely popular AR mobile title, Pokemon GO, has hit a pretty amazing milestone. According to VentureBeat, Pokemon Go has crossed 752 million downloads, bringing in $1.2 billion in revenue since launch.
Apptopia the site which provides statistics and data on mobile applications added that Pokemon Go had around 60 million monthly players for June, and about 20 percent of the player base (12 million) logged in at least once per day.
Considering these stats you can expect Pokemon GO to be a mobile title that will be supported for years to come. Still playing Pokemon GO? Let us know in the comments!
In other Pokemon GO news, a fellow writer has created an in-depth guide on how to capture legendary Pokemon, check it out here.
Pokemon Go has been a big hit since its initial launch. Nearly everyone around the world is or have been trainers of the hit mobile title, in an attempt to once again, catch them all. However, since its release, there have been some questions regarding the fabled legendary Pokemon.
These Pokemon are not only featured in the hit anime television show but also the countless video game titles released into the market. So, where exactly are the legendary Pokemon in the mobile release, Pokemon Go?