The success of Animal Crossing: New Horizons appears to have rubbed off on Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, with Sensor Tower Store Intelligence estimates revealing the Nintendo mobile title experienced its best month ever in April and has pushed the total lifetime player spending habits past $150 million.
Downloads of Pocket Camp in the month of April reportedly grew by 547.8 percent compared to the previous month, while player spending rose to $7.9 million - the best its been since August last year:
As we previously noted, it's not all that odd when you consider how popular Animal Crossing has become with mainstream audiences over the past few months. Adding to this, Nintendo has also been promoting a special crossover event - allowing players to receive a set of items in New Horizons if they redeem a code from Pocket Camp on the Switch eShop.
To date, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has now accumulated more than 44.8 million installs. This month was recorded as the second best-ever month in terms of downloads. The launch month (November 2017) still holds the record with 17.6 million downloads.
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