The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross Reaches 3 Million Downloads In First Week

Hitting a milestone.
Hitting a milestone. Netmarble

The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross has reached 3 million downloads in the first week of its release. Grand Cross is based on the Nanatsu no Taizai series and was launched just last March 3. Developed by Netmarble for mobile, The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross was first launched last year in both Japan and Korea. Back then it had reached the top of the App Store and Google Play in Japan.

In addition to this landmark event, the game also reached these other milestones:

  • United States
    • Reached #2 of the top 10 downloaded games on both Google play and App Store.
    • Reached #10 on the App Store's top most grossing games.
  • United Kingdom
    • Featured on Top 5 of the most downloaded apps on Google Play.
    • Featured on Top 20 of the most downloaded apps on the App Store.
  • France
    • Reached #2 most downloaded on both the App Store and Google Play.
    • Reached #1 on the grossing charts for App Store and Google Play.
  • Germany
    • Reached #2 in total downloads for both App Store and Google Play.

It's clear from these different figures that the game looks to have a strong fanbase, which may not be slowing down anytime soon.

In a press release, Netmarble Co-CEO Seungwon Lee said that they are happy with the results of the worldwide release after the success in Korea and Japan. He went on to say that they "are also grateful for the great passion our gamers have for The Seven Deadly Sins: The Grand Cross" and added that Netmarble hopes their players "continue to enjoy the exciting adventures of The Seven Deadly Sins.”

The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross takes the story of the original series and puts it in a mobile gaming experience for everyone to enjoy. The 3D graphics are high-resolution, which is to say the game looks stunning. Grand Cross features more than 100 cut scenes with the original Japanese voice cast, making the experience even more genuine. The game also makes use of a unique combat system which includes both turn-based and card-based mechanics.

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