Tyche Shepherd, who has been keeping an eye on all the numbers, facts and figures of Second Life, yesterday announced that for the fist time since 2008 when she started keeping these records, the amount of regions on the Second Life grid dipped below 25000 for the fist time since June 2008.
We all know that the amount of sims in Second Life has been declining for a long time so this isn’t really a surprise.
But still, it must be unwelcome news at Linden Lab.
Or maybe extra motivation to keep making Second Life and Project Sansar better.
Of course 25.000 areas of land the size of 65,536 m², is still a gigantic virtual world.
Since December 2014 there were a few small signs of growth, but generally we’ve just seen decline.
You can read the full report on the SLUniverse website by clicking here.
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