Bethesda's mobile game The Elder Scrolls: Blades has only just launched in early access on mobile devices for players with an invitation to try, but Sensor Tower reports that the game has already had one million installs on iOS devices in its first week, reaching number one on the download charts as a result.
The same report also claims the game has generated $500,000 USD in revenue already, with players in the US accounting for about 76% of that ($380,000). Speaking of those in the US, these players represent around 42% of the installs, with 150,000 coming on March 28 alone.
The game has also launched on Android for those who signed up for early access, so these figures aren't representative of the big picture.
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