How many people play Pokemon Quest? Player Count & Stats (2022)

Last Updated on: December 1st, 2020

Pokemon Quest player count stats


Pokemon Quest Player Count and Other Stats

Here are a few of the most interesting Pokemon Quest statistics and facts I was able to dig up. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

How many people play Pokemon Quest:

7.5 million users

Last updated 7/6/18


Number of Pokemon Quest downloads:

10 million

Last updated 1/21/19


Amount Pokemon Quest made in its first week on mobile:

$3 million


Amount Pokemon Quest made total:

$9.5 million

Last updated 1/21/19


Percentage of Pokemon Quest mobile revenue that comes from the Apple App Store:

56%

Last updated 7/3/18


Percentage of Pokemon Quest mobile revenue that comes from the Google Play Store:

44%

Last updated 7/3/18


Percentage of Pokemon Quest mobile revenue that comes from the Japan:

32%

Last updated 1/21/19


Percentage of Pokemon Quest mobile revenue that comes from the US:

26%

Last updated 1/21/19


Amount that Pokemon Quest has earned in Japan to date:

$3 million

Last updated 1/21/19


Amount that Pokemon Quest has earned in the US to date:

$2.5 million

Last updated 1/21/19


Number of Pokemon Quest downloads in the US:

2.2 million

Last updated 1/21/19


Number of Pokemon Quest downloads in Japan:

1.6 million

Last updated 1/21/19

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Welcome to Tumblecube Island! This strange new land is the setting for Pokémon Quest, a rambunctious action RPG for Nintendo Switch and mobile devices. Pokémon Quest is created by GAME FREAK inc., the original developer of the beloved Pokémon RPG titles.

When you arrive on Tumblecube Island, you’re bound to notice that the Pokémon inhabitants have a very particular look about them—they’re all shaped like cubes. Even the landscape maintains a blocky style. This results in a Pokémon adventure that looks like none before it. There is no denying that the cube-shaped versions of these Pokémon that were originally discovered in the Kanto region are simply adorable.


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