You might think that this is due to some major server failure that prevented people from accessing their favorite game.
Such a sudden and sudden drop is a consequence of one of the biggest banhammers that hit The Lost Ark yesterday morning. Effect?
Over the past month, Lost Ark recorded 300-320 thousand simultaneously logged people per day. However, yesterday-after the aforementioned banhammer-the number of active players shrank to 100,000. This is a decrease of 2/3 from what we have seen before.…
Unfortunately, it also shows the” dirty ” side of Lost Ark, where most of the players on the servers – as it turned out – were scammers. That is, bots and people who practice gold-selling or RMT.
Banhammer was needed, but will it help Lost Ark in the long run? I doubt it. After every previous wave of bans, we have witnessed a slow but resurgent fraudsters.
Lost Ark is an F2P game, so you just need to create a new account, underexpose the character and further you can do this ” spoil” the game. The restrictions imposed by Amazon Games (e.g. a trusted Steam account profile) make it difficult for bots to function, but not to the extent of eradicating this criminal procedure.
For now, enjoy a clean and honest Lost Ark.