Albion Online is a large medieval fantasy massively multiplayer online roleplaying game. Developed by Berlin-based gaming studio Sandbox Interactive, this MMORPG was released in July, 2017. The game boasts a classless character creation and development system and a largely player-defined economy. Albion Online is available on multiple platforms, such as Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux and through mobile Apple iOS and Android.
How Many People Play Albion Online?
We estimate the daily player count of Albion Online to be 77,883, with a total player base of 4,099,097.
- Subscribers: 4,099,097
- Daily Players: 77,883
- Genres: Action, RPG, Massively Multiplayer
- Platforms: PC, Linux, macOS, iOS
- Released: 2017-07-17
The Players and Daily login numbers are estimations based on subscriber numbers and online sentiment.
Albion Online Description
Albion Online is a free-to-play MMORPG set in a medieval fantasy world. As with many massively multiplayer online games, Albion Online offers a variety of gameplay experiences, from customizing to crafting, and the usual battles.
Albion Online has a classless character creation. Currently, the game only offers human as the race, but does have a wide customization list. Hair styles, face shape, skin color, and underwear appearance are available, as well as changing the avatar borders. Additional avatars and borders can be earned through challenges and other tasks.
As Albion Online does not have classes, it instead uses the Destiny Board to guide the development of a character's abilities. Doing tasks and fulfilling quests earn Fame, which is the equivalent of experience points in Albion Online. There are also Learning Points that is gained daily to help speed up the progress in reaching Destiny Board nodes.
Combat in Albion Online involves fighting the many creatures and monsters in the world, but also PVP encounters. Groups can set up as bandits and raiders, attacking other players in wilderness and unprotected areas of the world. Finally, there are guild warfare clashes to fight for locations that provide limited resources such as Siphoned Energy. Or you can conquer cities and levy taxes for those who inhabit the area, as long as your guild holds and protects it.