Since its launch on March 7, RIFT‘s Prime Server has been the place to be. Today, Trion revealed that thousands of players have taken to the server, with players completing “more than five million quests and tens of thousands of dungeons” in the first month.

In just the first few days of Vigil’s launch, players teamed up in record numbers to take on challenges. According to one of the game’s producers, the day one dynamic event in Silverwood boasts the most participants in any event in RIFT history.

“Nearly a thousand people were tackling the challenge, and the sheer volume of activity and teamwork there was simply awesome to see. Right then we knew that we made the right call with RIFT Prime.”

To keep things rolling, Trion already has more planned. The first raid will arrive on the server in a few weeks, and even more content will follow. In fact, Trion promises to crank out regular content for Prime players.

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  1. Name on April 9, 2018

    1000 people at one event, not 1000 people on one server. Thats not a bad number

  2. CrimsonChin on April 9, 2018

    Whoa nearly a 1000, yeez that’s alot. If 1000 is considered alot, then i think rift has sunken lower then ever before….

    • Kiki on April 12, 2018

      And how when I first played rift when it first came out as p2p there was not that many people online months went pass and it didn’t pick up so for a game to take a risk going back to a p2p and seeing massive increase in there player base this could only mean good things for a game this old

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