Nightingale’s latest test saw 12,000 players dive into its realms


Who’s ready to get some Victorian survival sandbox on in 2024? While we’re still in a holding pattern for Nightingale’s upcoming release, the game and its studio have been anything but idle. Inflexion Games recently wrapped up another closed playtest and delivered a report covering what the 12,000 players involved spent their time doing.

Apparently, one of the biggest draws was fiddling around with the character creation tool. The studio said that players created 11,500 characters and spent over 2,000 hours in the creator — with one enterprising soul messing around in there for a solid eight-hour stretch. Maybe there was a wee bit of AFK involved in that last one?

Other stats from the test include the deaths of over 60,000 boars and wolves, the wooden axe as the most common weapon, and 3,000 players electing to equip a metal tooth.

Source: Nightingale
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