With Bethesda Softworks set to demo the latest console and PC iteration of its Fallout franchise at QuakeCon this weekend, Sensor Tower has taken a look at the state of its first and only mobile incarnation, Fallout Shelter. According to our latest Store Intelligence estimates, the bunker-building game has amassed more than $93 million in player spending to date across the App Store and Google Play, with revenue reaching its highest point since September 2015 on the title's three year launch anniversary last month.
Fallout Shelter revenue on June 15 hit approximately $212,000 in mobile player spending. The last time the game exceeded this amount was September 14, 2015, when it grossed about $237,000 worldwide across both stores.
To date, the majority of Fallout Shelter revenue on mobile has come from the United States at about 59 percent of the total. This spending has been split relatively evenly between the App Store and Google Play, at 49 and 51 percent, respectively.
At its current pace, we project that Fallout Shelter revenue on mobile will reach a gross total of $100 million before the end of 2018. Bethesda is set to leverage three years' worth of experience marketing the game for its impending launch of Elder Scrolls: Blades on iOS and Android later this year.