Crash Bandicoot: On the Run has amassed over 30 million downloads on iOS and Android since its launch in March.
Candy Crush developers King made the ideal alliance with Activision since the title’s popularity was practically inevitable. We should expect the cumulative amount of installs to grow significantly over time.
Crash Bandicoot: On the Run is a brand-new smartphone endless runner with fan-favorite characters, bosses, and moves. It also contains well-known areas such as Temple Ruins, Turtle Woods, Bear It, and others.
This free-to-play game with in-app purchases is Activision’s latest breakthrough in the mobile industry. Call of Duty: Mobile was one of the highest-grossing games in both app stores during the past year. Activision had over 500 million installs on the smartphone version of the number one selling franchise on consoles and PC.
Activision’s strong gaming run is set to continue with its next new smartphone release later this year. Diablo Immortal takes a significant step in making it a bigger and more ambitious game since it is now a massively multiplayer online (MMO) game. This is a significant improvement from previous Diablo titles, which were online games but severely restricted in terms of how many players could compete simultaneously.