Trion Worlds announced today that its free-to-play voxel MMO Trove has 15 million players worldwide. Since the game launched on PC in 2015, it has been released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, allowing the game to reach a wider audience. This increase has been helped by the fact that the game has also been introduced to several new markets, including China and Japan.

To celebrate the milestone, Trion has provided us with a few game statistics — although for some reason they didn’t create a fun infographic because apparently they’re slacking over there. As long as you’re okay without pretty pictures, you can read the stats below.

  • 6,584,382,807 Blocks Placed (almost the amount of kilometers from the Earth to Pluto!)

  • 10,234,600,287 Blocks Destroyed (you all destroyed even more blocks than you built!)

  • 237,203,112 Quests Completed

  • 4,520,061 Dragon Mounts Unlocked

  • 352,837,481 Clubs Entered

  • 119,881,221 PiƱata Parties Thrown

  • 161,977,123.98 lifetime hours across all players.

  • 18,490.54 lifetime years across all players.

  • 184.91 lifetime centuries across all players. (No millenia yet…but give us another 14 years!)


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  1. Todoran on February 7, 2018

    15 MILLION PLAYERS TRYED THE GAME 4kplay……. its a fail :)……

  2. Todoran on February 7, 2018

    15 MILLION PLAYERS TRYED THE GAME only play……. its a fail :)……

  3. Dabdakka on February 7, 2018

    wow nice 15million bots.

  4. Baium on February 7, 2018

    This are useless numbers tho. They don’t mean anything. Game itself gets boring and repetitive very quickly. I used to play it for a mouth and build a huge statue of Son Goku that shoots massive kamehameha into the sky made of blue gloving voxels. You can have fun rushing through some cool dungeons until you have seen all of them and F2P users have to grind way too much. There is also no point in investing like some money into the game because small investment wont get you anywhere. That is a perspective of a solo player. It might be more than a month if you have or find a constant group to play with.