Class based magic thrower Break spelling may only materialize at the beginning of the month, but according to this battle royale game the official Twitter page, it already has some magic metrics. Despite jostling for space among some of the biggest games in the world, this newbie to the battle royale theme park has amassed five million players. That’s roughly as many units Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Sold. That is, too roughly the same population as New Zealand. Or, if you want much less meaningful statistics, iThat’s 10% of the total Marmite jar produced annually.
Along with five million players, Spellbreak Twitter account also share some other metrics. So far, there have been four million hours watched on Twitch, and another four million messages shared on the game’s Discord servers. It also posted statistics that players had caused 25 billion collective spell damage to each other. Ouch.
That free PC games has been free game since its launch, with the Developer Proletariat opting for in-game purchases, such as a ‘founding pack’, to back up the title. Inspired by people like H1Z1, Spellbreak also distinguishes itself by its lack of weapons – instead allowing players to hit each other with elemental based magic.
The developers registered classic anime films such as Akira and Princess Mononoke as influences from Spellbreak’s signature style.
Can you believe it ?! check #SpellbreakStatistics since launch:
🎮 5 MILLION PLAYERS
📺 4 million hours watched on Twitch
🗣️ 4 million messages on Discord servers
💥 25 billion spell damage completed
These numbers are YOU. Thanks for making a great launch, Breakers! pic.twitter.com/PxnpnGlXrH
– Spell prevention (@PlaySpellbreak) 23 September 2020
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