Dofus is developed and published by Ankama Games. Designed by Mathieu Bourgain, Dofus is originally a French tactical massively multiplayer online roleplaying game, but has been translated to multiple languages. Originally released in France markets in 2004, Dofus has become available globally. The game is available on Microsoft Windows and macOS. Although it had a Flash version, this version has been discontinued after support for Adobe Flash ended.
How Many People Play Dofus?
We estimate that 19,430 people play per day, with a total player base of 681,768.
- Subscribers: 681,768
- Daily Players: 19,430
- Genres: RPG, Massively Multiplayer
- Platforms: PC
- Released: 2005-09-01
The Players and Daily login numbers are estimations based on subscriber numbers and online sentiment.
Dofus is a tactical MMORPG with a 2D aesthetic. The overall design is unique in that it does not look like the anime inspired or the super-deformed scale of most Western MMOs such as World of Warcraft. The game takes place in the World of Twelve. The Dofus are the six dragon eggs that are scattered in the world that the players are tasked to retrieve.
Creating characters in Dofus begins by choosing one of the 18 classes. Dofus classes have unique names and combinations, such as the Ecaflif warrior gamblers, the healer Eniripsas, creature tamer Osamodas, the technomage Foggernauts, and such. There are also Incarnations in Dofus that can be unlocked depending on the weapons they wield.
Dofus cab be played as a premium subscriber or free-to-play. Premium Dofus (called Explorer Mode) players get access to additional content, including Sidekicks, cosmetics, emotes, pets, Haven Bags, Mounts, and Alliance vs. Alliance PvP, among other benefits.