The publisher will also close Industrial Toys, the studio responsible for the mobile version of Battlefield.
The company has shared that it achieved 200 million installs last year alone, bringing the total number of downloads to 1 billion.
A former manager of IronMonkey shared that the studio once worked on a mobile version of the popular BioWare franchise and an original game for mobile, with the latter one not being able to see the light of day due to the publisher's focus on microtransaction-based games.
The top 5 list by downloads is primarily made up of older games but some newer titles have still managed to make it to high positions.
The mobile version of Dead Cells has sold more than 5 million copies since its release on iOS and Android.
New research shows that 62% of people play mobile games, however, the majority of them are not involved in them and do it while watching TV, listening to music, or checking social media.
GamesIndustry.biz presented the list of the top games and companies in 2022.
The competition in the hyper-casual market has grown significantly and is far outpacing its growth.
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