R-Planet: Conquest Closed Alpha in figures and facts
The Alpha mission to the R-Planet was successfully completed this weekend. 790 players 🌍 from all over the world took part in this adventure which lasted 65 exciting days 🗓️ and nights. Our brave testers wrote to our support team valuable feedback and ideas and haven’t slept for a long time to not miss a minute of the action. Some of the players have spent more than ten hours a day playing R-Plane Conquestt! 1 799 450 Robots🤖 from NFT packs were used in this very first Alpha. These figures seem just astonishing and there are more in the following article.
So, let’s begin with the factions. The very first question the player had to answer before starting the game was which faction would they chose. Factions differ by characteristics of units, speed of transporters, and the number of builders. Masterminds and Renegades started playing with one builder while the Warriors had two builders at their service. After some time, and feedback from the early testers, each faction got one more builder which made the game much more dynamic.
So, let’s look over the numbers of each faction’s representatives at the start of the game and what became the numbers each faction representatives among winners by the end of the game. The last column shows a percentage of survivors among members of a faction at the end.
Most of the first battles in R-Planet Conquest, have been held with the active use of Single Use Universal Robot NFT’s. Within the Closed Alpha, the number of daily unpackings wasn’t limited. Thus some players activated huge armies of universal robots and used them in battles. At the very beginning, some players forgot that the universal robots also consume Wecanite. So to rescue their bases from the insatiable robots, which left no Wecanite to develop their bases, players sent them away to eat Wecanite somewhere else, aptly named “. Those very robots later reanimated and attacked players during Robozombie Revenge🧟♂️.
And here are some figures regarding universal robots fallen in battle. During the Closed Alpha, players unpacked 495 950 Boberts, 643 350 Quasimodos, and 660 150 Chads. Quite impressive, isn’t it?!
During the last few weeks, R-Planet has been burning in the tough battles. It became even more intense when the team announced a competition between “super killers”. Every player who survived until then could feel on his own skin those dozens of attacking waves, which destroyed unit after unit, building after building. Yet some battles were so huge that it’s hard to imagine.
▪️ Almost 190k units were engaged in the most massive attacking operation within the Closed Alpha;
▪️ 534k units were engaged in the most massive defensive operation within the Closed Alpha;
▪️ 248k is the total number of individual battles within the Closed Alpha server.
Brave, persistent, tireless and heroic players are the thing that made this game such a bright experience. Along the way, we had a chance to track players with the most developed net of bases containing the most significant number of droids serving them.
At the end of the game, first place was occupied by iRiSh with 125312 droids;
BlueWizard took second place with 99544 droids and
Morphling is in third place with 94392 droids.
The player named Bizkit1337 owned the bases that produce the largest amount of Wecanite, 549524 per hour!
Also, it’s the right place to remember the super killers one more time. Remember these names as they are responsible for the largest number of players thrown out of the game.
1st place — VidA — 40 kills
2nd place — SpartyBJones — 29 kills
3rd place — Inspyron — 25 kills
So yes, the Closed Alpha was indeed an amazing adventure. Meanwhile, as we all are waiting for the next stage, Open Alpha, you all are welcome to test the Playground Server! Ask all your friends to join you and get ready for the incoming massive battle!
“Ponder and deliberate before you make a move.”
Sun Tzu (The Art of War)