(It’s available on both i OS and Android.) The platform is a big reason for the game’s success in China, where mobile gaming is the dominant form, but Tencent also tapped into social elements that helped make particularly sticky.
In China, the game utilizes ubiquitous chat services like QQ and We Chat so players can invite friends, see who is online, or discuss in-game strategies.
For one thing, there’s no precedent for a game like this.
Many massive mobile titles from Asia, particularly Japan, have struggled to replicate a similar level of success in Western markets.
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Tencent has also partnered with Nintendo to bring the game to the Switch, expanding beyond traditional mobile platforms.
(The company says more details on the Switch open beta is coming soon.) And in the absence of We Chat, name in a handful of countries outside of China.
This summer, just wasn’t the success that we thought it would be,” the game’s publisher said in May.
“Sustaining the game at a satisfactory level has become difficult, no matter how much we want to keep it going.” also has an issue of perception.