MMO sandbox Pax Dei invited over 12,000 players to its first alpha test


What is it about MMO early testing that always seems to bring out the infographics-happy side of studios? We continue to observe this fascinating phenomenon with MMO sandbox Pax Dei, which gave a report on its recent alpha test by breaking it down by the numbers.

The devs at Mainframe Industries said that testers “blew [them] away” with all of the engagement with Pax Dei’s alpha. The studio handed out over 12,000 invitations (it declined to state how many of those were accepted) and saw over 5,000 days of play time happen during the November test. Other stats included 1.2 million building blocks placed, 545,725 trees chopped down, and 135,472 words of submitted feedback

Mainframe promised that the game will be “back before too long.”

Source: Twitter
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