Minecraft Earth Early Access landed in the U.S. on November 12, local time, and received 1.4 million downloads in its first week as Microsoft’s first mobile AR game,media reported. According to Sensor Tower, the game has been downloaded nearly 2.5 million times worldwide in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
But while My World: Earth’s downloads in the U.S. were the main reason for its success, the game still lags behind other location-based AR games in terms of first-week downloads in the U.S.
Like Pokemon Go, it topped the U.S. download charts when its first launch was launched, with 32.7 million downloads in its first week, according to Sensor Tower. “Harry Potter: The Wizarding Alliance” received 3.1 million downloads in its first week on the line, coming in second.
My World: Earth, Early Access came in third with 1.2 million downloads in its first week. This was followed by Jurassic World, which had 573,000 downloads, followed by The Walking Dead: Our World with 330,000 downloads, and finally “Ghostbusters”, which had just 126,000 in its first week.
The United States is the 10th country to be launched in Minecraft: Earth’s Early Access model, with the uk, Canada, South Korea, the Philippines, Sweden, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and Iceland. It was also learned that the game will be available worldwide by the end of this year.
And if you want to play this game you need a mobile device that runs at least Android 7 or iOS 10. Of course, you’ll also need a login account for Microsoft or Xbox Live.