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Squad Busters by Supercell holds the top spot for game downloads in all soft launch countries on the App Store

Supercell's newest soft launch endeavor, Squad Busters, has swiftly risen to the top, claiming the coveted No. 1 spot for game downloads across all regions where it's currently available on the App Store. According to insights provided by Appfigures to, this multiplayer action game made its soft launch debut today, April 23rd, marking its arrival on both the App Store and Google Play platforms. Notably, Squad Busters has surged to the forefront of the App Store's game download rankings in key territories such as Canada, Denmark, Finland, Mexico, Norway, Singapore, Spain, and Sweden.

In addition to its stellar performance in the gaming category, Squad Busters has also made significant strides in the overall rankings, clinching the top position in Canada, Finland, and Spain, where it has surpassed not only its gaming competitors but also non-gaming applications. Impressively, the title has secured a place within the top five rankings in all other countries except for Mexico, where it currently holds the respectable No. 18 position.

As for revenue generation, Squad Busters has demonstrated promising results, securing the No. 10 spot in Spain's top-grossing App Store rankings for games and landing at No. 15 in Finland. However, while Squad Busters' success on the App Store is evident, comparable data for Google Play download rankings is currently unavailable. Nevertheless, the game's store page proudly boasts over 100,000 downloads on Google Play, a milestone achieved through a combination of recent soft launch activities and previous limited beta tests conducted in February and May 2023.

Squad Busters' soft launch marks a significant milestone for Supercell, as it marks the company's first major global release in over five years since the launch of Brawl Stars in December 2018. In the interim, Supercell has introduced several other soft launch titles, including Floodrush, Clash Mini, Hay Day Pop, and Everdale. Notably, Everdale was later acquired by Merge Mansion developer Metacore, underscoring the dynamic landscape of mobile gaming and the continuous evolution of the industry.

Source: adapted from an article by Craig Chapple, Head of Content for

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