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Babylon's Fall Only Had One Player Online at One Point This Week

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Square Enix's latest live service title Babylon's Fall isn't proceeding as well as some at the organization might have trusted. There was a touch of promotion behind this game at first, being a joint collaboration with acclaimed activity game studio Platinum Games, which has hit titles such as Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Bayonetta, and Nier: Automata. Babylon's Fall combat is even based on Nier: Automata's, the two of them having similar hack-and-slash activity RPG interactivity. Upon the game's release, notwithstanding, Babylon's Fall has seen almost no show.

Babylon's Fall was savaged by reviewers and fans, with a considerable lot of the scores given to the game being on the lower end of the spectrum. Some of the issues that players had with the game incorporated its structure and progression system, however praise was given to the combat interactivity. Babylon's Fall harsh PC send off also added to its unenthusiastic gathering, with less than 1000 simultaneous players. Those numbers keep on lessening, arriving at another untouched low this week.

As indicated by the website Steam Charts, Babylon's Fall usually has approximately 85 players playing consistently. This is a major drop from its typical when the game sent off in March, which had scarcely north of 200 simultaneous players. The website reveals at some point on May 3, only one player was playing the game. This beats the last detailed low for the game, as sometime in April, Babylon's Fall had less than 10 simultaneous players playing around then.












Whenever this statistic became known, the sole player of Babylon's Fall uncovered himself in an offhanded way, known as dashiellwood on Twitter. He even noticed the timestamp of when he was playing the game, and, surprisingly, humorously incorporated the title of "World's Only Babylon's Fall player" in his Twitter bio.

Despite how much the game has tumbled, Square Enix had promised two additional seasons of content for Babylon's Fall, which brings another game mode to the blend as well as continuous updates. While this is expected to acquire new players and keep the ongoing ones, the quantity of players who are still playing the game have drastically gone down. The pinnacle of simultaneous players that the game had been at scarcely north of 1000, with the top in the last 30 days being at slightly more than 200. With the player base waning this much, it's not likely that Babylon's Fall will actually want to turn itself around.

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