Epic Games’ free-to-play third-person MOBA game, Paragon, has 5.7 million registered players

Epic Games’ free-to-play third-person MOBA game, Paragon, appears to be doing great. According to the company, Paragon has surpassed 5.7 million registered players, and there were 832,000 active players in January 2017.

Going into more details, there were 832,000 active players in January, up from 650,000 in November before the release of Monolith. There are also 44% more players playing each week – meaning more players are playing more often.

Paragon is powered by Unreal Engine 4 and Epic Games has released 132 updates since March 2016. Epic Games introduced a bunch of features, including draft mode, improved matchmaking, and card crafting. as well as 25 heroes in 2016.

Here are the new details that Epic Games shared about Paragon’s current state:

  • Paragon is growing! There are now 5.7 million registered players.
  • Released 25 Heroes in 2016.
  • Shipped 132 updates since March.
  • Introduced a bunch of features, including draft mode, improved matchmaking, and card crafting.
  • Shipped Monolith. New map, new balance, and a new version of Paragon.
  • There were 832,000 active players in January, up from 650,000 in November before the release of Monolith. There are also 44% more players playing each week – meaning more players are playing more often.
  • Since Monolith, matches that end in a surrender are down by 17% and we’re working to reduce that further.

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