Clash of Kings Reaches 65 Million Downloads a Year After Release

By   /   Aug 17, 2015

Elex announced today that its mobile game Clash of Kings has hit the 65 million download mark. Just after one year since release, Clash of Kings has managed to reach rather surprising download figures, even though its name does evoke Supercell’s well-renowned Clash of Clans, with a gameplay that is a lot like Game of War: Fire Age.

The developers are planning to release an update of the game that will contain gifts for all the players. In addition to this news, Elex also revealed interesting statistical data of the game.

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Since its beta release on the Android platform back in August last year, players have invested a combined total of 20,400 of playing time in the game. Over 946 billion troops have fought in the game, which is more than the number of stars in our Milky Way galaxy.

Around 72 percent of the fans in the U.S. play while watching TV, while 65 percent of UK fans play while commuting. About 82 percent of all the fans are male, and 68 percent are between the age of 18 to 34.

Clash of Kings was also released on the Apple AppStore in December last year, and since then has grown surprisingly well into the top 5 grossing mobile games currently available.