Kritika: The White Knights Celebrates Three Years

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August 2, 2017

Kritika: The White Knights is celebrating its three-year anniversary. As part of this momentous occasion, GAMEVIL has released an infographic containing interesting facts and accomplishments for the mobile game. Kritika: The White Knights is one of GAMEVIL’s most popular and successful titles globally, and players have played over two billion stages and formed over 160,000 guilds. GAMEVIL and Kritika’s developers ALLM and FUNFLOW are committed to continue bringing great content and engaging events well past the five-year mark.


The infographic also reveals other interesting stats related to Kritika: The White KnightsKritika users play from all over the world (167 countries) and most users are from US, China, Thailand and Brazil. The cumulative amount of logins is close to 17 million and there are over 33 million characters created from the 11 class types. The combined play time for all users equals 34,000 years. The playtime is equivalent to how long ago mammoths lived on Earth (30,000 years ago).  Kritika’s PvP mode has also proven popular, with players fighting each other around two billion times. The infographic also shows which boss players attack the most, as well as which Ethereal+ Pet and Avatar are the most popular.

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