The Cycle: Frontier – 1 million creatures have already been defeated in the closed beta

The Cycle: Frontier – 1 million creatures have already been defeated in the closed beta
The Cycle: Frontier – 1 million creatures have already been defeated in the closed beta

The studio YAGER has released some interesting data about the closed beta of The Cycle: Frontier.

We recently reported that the closed beta of the survival game The Cycle: Frontier has started. It’s halftime and the developers have used this opportunity to publish some interesting data.

In 14 days, players have brought 120,000 drops into the world of Fortuna III and defeated over a million creatures. It also says: “It is halftime in the closed beta of The Cycle: Frontier and hardworking players have already overwhelmed over a million opponents, but in the same time 61,000 avatars had to bless the time and leave their loot on Fortuna III. A single lucky guy managed to survive a full 3.5 hours on the hostile planet, but a lot of bad luck – and a lot of stamina – had one recruit with 311 deaths so far. A player with an unimaginable 560 player kills was in a bloodlust, while the deadliest NPC with the most player kills is the Strider. Of the three factions in Prospect Station, Korolev has turned out to be the most popular, the current favorite weapon is the K-28 auto pistol. “

Incidentally, all closed beta players who have logged in on 14 days of the beta will also receive an exclusive skin. The closed beta ends on November 1st.

The official release of The Cycle: Frontier is planned for the first half of 2022.

We have even more news, information and videos on the subject of “survival” for you here.

We think that:
Those are pretty impressive numbers. We’re excited to see what the final game has to offer.

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Cycle Frontier million creatures defeated closed beta

 
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