Life Is Feudal: MMO Video Details the Incredible Statistics Behind Its Recently Completed Beta

We learned some important fact about feudal life, such as how "2,787 unlucky souls were homeless."

August 2, 2017

Developer Bitbox feels certain that players are at the core of what makes Life is Feudal: MMO‘s world turn. Recently, the game went through its fourth closed beta test. Bitbox decided to share a few of the statistics that show just how critical players are to the overall experience with a new Life is Feudal: MMO video.

In Life is Feudal: MMO, players alter the world to their will by deforming terrain to dig tunnels and build structures such as homes and keeps. Not only do players have to craft their own tools and weapons in order to survive in this world, but they must establish their own hierarchy amongst their fellow players. Who will be a lowly farmer, and who will be the lord of the land?

In the Life is Feudal: MMO video chronicling the events of Closed Beta Test #4, Bitbox revealed statistics such as how 2300 homes were built, 43 guild monuments were erected, and 135 new guilds were formed. Other items of notes were that 7,845 pieces of armor were forged, 5,612 “brave souls died,” and 2,787 people in the world lived their lives homeless.

A release date for Life is Feudal: MMO has not yet been provided, though Bitbox previously mentioned that it would be launched shortly after the end of the most recent closed beta. For more information on the game, you can visit its official website.

Most recently, we learned that Bitbox has partnered with community development and funding platform BrightLocker for Life is Feudal: MMO.

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