Dragon Nest is ranked #64 out of 133 tracked MMOs in terms of player population.



Dragon Nest is estimated to have 400,757 total players or subscribers.



Dragon Nest is estimated to have 3,807 players per day this month.

Active Players Over The Last Month

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5 Year Breakdown Active Players Over The Last Year

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Dragon Nest

  • by Nexon America

Dragon Nest is Eyedentity Game's massively multiplayer online roleplaying game. The game is published by Nexon and was released in South Korea in 2010, North America in 2013, and EU regions 2013. It has received continuous updates and has been retitled multiple times, from Dragon Nest 2.0 in 2012 to Dragon Nest A: Will of the Gods in 2016. Dragon Nest is played on Microsoft Windows platforms.

How Many People Play Dragon Nest?

We estimate that 3,807 people play per day, with a total player base of 400,757.

Game Data

  • Subscribers: 400,757
  • Daily Players: 3,807
  • Genres: RPG, Massively Multiplayer
  • Platforms: PC
  • Released: 2011-09-27

The Players and Daily login numbers are estimations based on subscriber numbers and online sentiment.

Dragon Nest Description

Dragon Nest is set in the world of Altera, which is a realm of high magic and fantasy creatures. The Nests are the main endgame dungeons, which house powerful monstrous entities. Aside from dragons, the Nests in Altera include the Minotaur Nest, Cerberus Nest, Titan Nest, and many others.

Players in Dragon Nest enter the game by creating a character from one of 9 starter classes: Assassin, Academic, Kali, Warrior, Cleric, Lancea, Machina, Sorceress, and Archer. From these starter classes, players would later choose secondary and tertiary branching classes. For instance, a Warrior can become either a Swordsman or a Mercenary. A Swordsman can later become a Gladiator and progress to Moonlord. On the other hand, the Mercenary can become a Barbarian and, later, a Destroyer.

Aside from the typical tasks in MMORPGs such as combat in PvE and PvP, crafting, and joining guilds, Dragon Nest has a unique Friendship system. Dragon Nest NPCs can gain Fondness for player characters through gifts and interaction. Once a certain level of Fondness is reached, the NPC can provide benefits such as items being sent to the character's mail.