Developed and published by Avatar Creations and Gamestorm Ltd., Perpetuum is a persistent world massively multiplayer online roleplaying game. Perpetuum is a science fiction setting with players taking on the roles of pilots for robots and mechs. The game was originally launched in 2010 with a Steam launch in October 2014. Perpetuum's official server was shut down in 2018, but the game has been released, including the source code to allow fans to setup private servers.
How Many People Play Perpetuum?
We estimate that 552 people play Perpetuum per day, with a total player base of 9,676.
- Subscribers: 9,676
- Daily Players: 552
- Genres: RPG, Massively Multiplayer, Indie
- Platforms: PC
- Released: 2014-10-17
The Players and Daily login numbers are estimations based on subscriber numbers and online sentiment.
Perpetuum is a science fiction MMORPG populated by titanic robots and mechs. These giant machines are essential for combat, as well as gathering resources, construction, and terraforming.
Players in Perpetuum determine changes in the game world. This includes the game world's economy, manufactured and available items, infrastructure, and establishing small and large-scale corporations. As Perpetuum uses a time-based progression, casual and veteran players operate on even grounds. Resources are also finite but replenish. It is possible to exhaust resources, though players may assist in regrowing plants.
Terraforming is a key element in developing and cultivating the land mass in Perpetuum. With the appropriate tools and skill, players can construct shelters, production structures, and defensive encampments. And these will be needed, particularly in large scale clashes for controlling territory.