Lost Ark is banning ‘over a million’ accounts for using bots

Just a month after launch, Lost Ark is deploying one of the largest ban waves we’ve seen in a game, removing “over a million” accounts for botting in a single day. No wonder there were complaints about bots, eh?

Following the MMO’s wide release on February 11, it hit an astounding 1,324,761 peak concurrent players, which puts it second only to PUBG on the all-time Steam concurrents leaderboard. Those were presumably legitimate players who wanted to try out the free-to-play action RPG, which had already been popular in Korea for a couple years before Amazon booted up servers in Europe and the Americas. But with over a million accounts now deleted, we might see a dip relative to its average concurrents so far, which Steam Charts clocks at around 683,509.

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