ArcheAge is the Korean massively multiplayer online roleplaying game developed by XL Games and published by GAMEON (Japan), Tencent Games (China), and Trion Worlds (EU and North America). Built using the CryEngine 3, ArcheAge is a fantasy MMO with unique sandbox and theme park features. ArcheAge is available on the Microsoft Windows platform.
How Many People Play ArcheAge?
We estimate that 21,284 people play per day, with a total player base of 2,240,412.
- Subscribers: 2,240,412
- Daily Players: 21,284
- Genres: RPG, Massively Multiplayer
- Platforms: PC
- Released: 2015-03-26
The Players and Daily login numbers are estimations based on subscriber numbers and online sentiment.
ArcheAge is set in the world of Erenor. Erenor has 3 continents, Auroria, Haranya, and Nuia. Players start as one of the races from the Eastern or Western factions. The Northern continent of Auroria is entirely for PVP and player controlled areas for guilds.
Depending on which continent the player chooses, it will also determine the available races for character creation. Nuia has the Nuian humans, Elves, and Dwarves. On the other hand, Haranya has the Harani humans, the feline Firrans, and the mighty Warborn.
Classes in ArcheAge are based on combinations of skillsets. ArcheAge has 12 skillsets, with combinations that bring forth 220 classes. For instance, with the Battlerage, Defense, and Sorcery, you unlock the Crusader class. Meanwhile reaching the right levels of Archery, Occultism, and Sorcery unlocks the Spellbow class.
Another unique element with ArcheAge is the variety of transportation available. Characters can travel the world using mounts, ships, carriages, naval ships, airships, and through portals. Groupings in ArcheAge also include Families. Separate from the parties, factions, and guilds, a Family in ArcheAge is composed of up to 12 members, and some quests and rewards are only available to Family members.
Mundane tasks in ArcheAge include crafting and resource gathering, including a dedicated Farming feature. Players can acquire plots of land to plant and raise livestock. These areas are protected by a scarecrow, though players must pay taxes in order to maintain ownership of farming land.