STEP INTO A LIMITLESS UNIVERSE Touchdown in the World of Twelve and set off on a great adventure in WAKFU - an original massively multiplayer online role playing universe where humor goes hand in hand with action-packed, tactical battles.
User reviews: Very Positive (2,885 reviews) - 80% of the 2,885 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Sep 18, 2014

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February 11

Saint Ballotwine Bonus Weekend

Whether you are alone, with your significant other, or significant party, help spread the love this weekend by crafting to your heart’s content and heading on to captivating dungeons for your Saint Ballotwine celebration!

From Saturday the 13th of February (0:01 AM server time) until Sunday the 14th of February (11:59 PM server time) Nox, Remington and Phaeris will receive showers of affection in the form of +50% crafting and combat XP bonus in alluring locations:

  • Gobball Pastures (Level 20)
  • Celestial Prairies (Level 34)
  • Treechnid Dungeon (Level 47)
  • Dark Hurl Docks (Level 58)
  • The Cro-cave (Level 67)
  • Mussly Hammam (Level 88)
  • The YeCh’Ti’Wawa’s Kennel (Level 100)
  • Ambassador’s Wing (Level 108)
  • Castuc Dungeon (Level 118)
  • Castuc Dungeon Hardcore (Level 118)
  • Black Wabbit Dungeon (Level 123)
  • Wa Wabbit’s Castle (Level 142)
  • Mecha Factory Dungeon (Level 157)
  • Mecha Factory Dungeon Hardcore (Level 157)
  • Kannibal Dungeon (Level 174)

There is nothing quicker to a monster’s heart than courage and flowers cold steel!

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February 4

The Huppermage pack is here!

Masters of Light and the four elements, the Huppermages are finally within your grasp! In total, Huppermages have 20 elemental spells, 5 actives and 10 passives, specific to their class. These are capable of causing heavy damage from a distance, as well as getting their users out of complex situations, through the delicate use of their runes.

Although this class will be available in April for everybody, starting now you too can transform yourself into a Huppermage with this pack!

The Huppermage Pack includes:

  • Instant and permanent unlock of The Huppermage Class
  • An animated Huppermage costume (It's aliiiive!): Be true to your School, and let your colors fly!
  • The Huppermage Haven Bag: Your own Enchanted Kingdom
  • A Steam-exclusive decoration to make your Huppermage's haven bag the coolest place ever: the Paravortal (Get in, Get out: It's never been easier to teleport a step!)
So, are you ready for the Huppermagic School? Just keep in mind that, although fun and learning are the primary goals of all education centers, serious injuries can occur!
Please note: This pack is not available in mainland France.

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“I went into WAKFU with virtually no prior knowledge of the game and no expectations. I discovered something unlike any MMO I've played previously - a game that showcases some truly unique features.”
Game Informer

“If you’re a fan of the grid-based strategy rpg, rejoice. While the genre might be dying in general, games like WAKFU will be giving it life for years to come.”
83/100 – Ten Ton Hammer

“Fans of anime, MMOs, nature management, and even sociology will want to give Wakfu a try, if for no other reason than to see what happens when you let gamers run the world.”
4.3/5 – Cheat Code Central

About This Game


Touchdown in the World of Twelve and set off on a great adventure in WAKFU, an original massively multiplayer online role playing universe where humor goes hand in hand with action-packed, tactical battles.

Climb Mount Zinit in search of Ogrest, the fearsome ogre behind the cataclysm that devastated the World, or mark your own path across the archipelagos where the denizens of this world feverishly work to rebuild their once mighty nations.

Become a warrior, politician, merchant, or craftsman, but whatever you choose...


key Features

  • Turn-based tactical combat: Tired of brainlessly running through the forest pressing 1, 1, 2, 1, 1, 3, on every monster that jumps on you? Discover our turn-based tactical combat system, and develop a more creative strategy to defeat monsters that will keep challenging your tactical skills.
  • 16 original classes: No standard knight, ranger, mage and cleric here. Discover our 16 classes, each with their unique set of skills and gameplay. From Foggernauts, the robot wreckers, to Xelors, masters of time, you're sure to find the character that's right for you.
  • Political life: NPCs are so yesterday… Write your own destiny and join the political dance of your Nation. Become Governor or one of his ministers, and make decisions that will impact thousands of players. The choice is yours: decide if you’d rather be a democratic, peaceful leader, or a tyrannical conqueror!
  • Master the ecosystem: Respawn is a lie. When you kill something, you’d better replant it, or you might accidently wipe out an entire species. Our unique ecosystem feature will give you complete control over mobs population.
  • Build your own world: While others offer you houses, we give you worlds! Haven Worlds! Join a guild and acquire your own little piece of the world, to build and develop just as you wish. Don’t worry, in the Haven Worlds there are houses too, and so much more!
  • Quests and Dungeons: Live exciting adventures, explore lots of unique dungeons, and complete hundreds of quests that will offer you to live a real adventure as a main protagonist. You’re here to save the world, after all!

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows XP SP3 or higher
    • Processor: Pentium IV 2.8 GHz or equivalent
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 4Ti or equivalent
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 1500 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: OpenGL 1.3
    • OS: Windows XP SP3 or higher
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 6 series or equivalent
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: OpenGL 1.3
    • OS: Mac 10.6
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel GMA 950
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 1500 MB available space
    • OS: Mac 10.7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 7 series or equivalent
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    • Processor: Pentium IV 2.8 GHz or equivalent
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 4Ti or equivalent
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 1500 MB available space
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 6 series or equivalent
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
26 of 37 people (70%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
62.7 hrs on record
Posted: September 13, 2015
This is one of the best MMO RPG games I have ever played. It is not one of those free games you download and then use all your money to actually have fun on it. It is fun for both free-to-plays and people who buy stuff for the game. I love the character selection. I was so curious I had tried all the classes. I love the game. I especially love the show. Anyone who has, or even hasn't played the game should go and watch Wakfu on Netflix or something (I suggest watching it in subtitles) . It can help understand reasons for updates in the game like the Eliatropes that were just put in. This game is just loads of fun. Very fun to play around with friends. Just download it and you will have no regrets.
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15 of 19 people (79%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
126.8 hrs on record
Posted: September 9, 2015
Wakfu is a gem. The game is amazing but its not for everyone. The game play is turned base so by nature it is slow. The game is grindy as a korean mmorpg so western players may find it unbearable. The graphics is cartoony so that also rules out the people who like realistic graphics.

For me who likes to consider himself a hardcore mmorpg player finds this game amazing, you gotta use your brain, its no hack and slash, the grind is rewarding and also as a dofus player, this was perfect.

7/10, I would have given it a 10/10 but its riddled with unbalanced classes which made pvp terrible, and as a pvper, thats bad.
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11 of 12 people (92%) found this review helpful
144.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 22, 2015
Wakfu experience. I am still going through my experience but from what I've played of it so far I can give a fair and detailed review of it. I will cover it in four sections; tutorial, gameplay, combat and community. I would also like to mention that I used to pay for and play this game when it was still in open beta about four to five years ago.

The tutorial for Wakfu reminds me very much of the character actors at Didney Worl; they never break character. Your UI can give you all the information you need to break the fourth wall but when it comes time to learn from an NPC they will talk to you, the player, as if you are your character. The NPCs outside of the tutorial follow suit to this.

Ankama has made one class exclusively for the tutorial which, in my mind seems rather pointless. Back in beta the reason I bothered going through the tutorial areas was so I could get a proper feel for my actual class before I committed to playing it. That said, you can opt to skip the tutorial. I wouldn't advise that if you are a brand spanking new player.

Wakfu is what most people call a grindfest, but there is reason behind it I like to think. Monsters will drop items that are guaranteed to end up being used for something, no matter the level. Gear can either be combined into sets to be sold, worn or even ground into powder which can be refined into runes to improve the gear you use.

Killing mobs and running quests aren't the only thing you can do in this game, you may also pick up professions. All of them in fact, conveniently located in the starter area known as Astrub. With this in mind a lot of players tend to lean towards one or the other based on their mood at the time. I personally rarely fight and would rather just go farm wheat fields.

The combat in Wakfu is unique, something I've never seen in an MMORPG. Ever played Final Fantasy Tactics? This is it. You (and your teammates if you brought any) as well as monsters have a set initiative score, which is a stat you can increase. Those with higher initiative go first and you follow along a grid-based system to fight your enemies. Your character has access to a plethera of passive abilities (able to swap them out between battles on the fly as you unlock them), class-specific utility skills and three skill trees, each one has an element (meaning that you will have access to three of the four elements, I advise you to look through them when you make your character even if you haven't unlocked them).

The player versus player content this game provides comes in some different ways, but ultimately ends up the exact same. There are four nations that you may pick from to be your home upon reaching level 15, with the option to join an outlaw nation at level 30... I wouldn't recommend this though and some people get confused. Let me break this down real quick, if you play this game and hit level 30 you'll recieve a quest called "Riktus for a Day." Do not complete this quest, you will automatically join the outlaw nation that only has one outpost in the ocean and are free game for anyone wherever you go. Aside from this, at level 30 you can opt to become a guard of your nation, sworn to protect the land from Riktus, eco-terrorists (will cover this in another section) and PKers.

Another feature to note for combat are sidekicks. They are NPCs that can act as party members you control. They aren't as powerful or versatile as players but they get the job done when you need it. Part of the beginner quest is going through a dungeon, rewarding you at the end with an Astrub Knight. This is the only sidekick you get for free, with the addition of the free trial sidekick. Out of Ankama's list of sidekicks, one is chosen every so often as a free trial. Kind of a try before you buy sort of thing, this gives you the option of not only playing as yourself and the Astrub Knight, but a third teammate once every...I wanna say three weeks but I honestly never noticed. These guys don't offer what other players can provide and you can easily solo your way the entire game with a little patience, the sidekicks only offer you some help along the way.

Overall the PvP in this game is pretty fun so long as you don't get stacked against someone much higher level than you.

As far as I've seen, pretty dead. I wish I could say this, but in the town hubs (Astrub and nation outposts) there are people everywhere. The further out you go you see less players though, most of them are hidden in small haven bags (which act as a portable home and player shop) either afk selling their wares or just plain afk. That said, if you're looking at only the game's point of view then you are sadly missing out, the wiki for this game is regularly updated and the forums always has people poking their heads in to say hello. That said, if you plan to play this game for a while then get into a guild ASAP, I suggest you head over to the forums to find one to your liking.

Before I finish, I want to add that this game does have a cash shop. Is it pay to win? Not really, most of the things you can buy are either cosmetic or do really minor things. You can buy weapons but they don't compare to the gear you can find and make. You may also buy extra sidekicks which can help out, but aside from your Astrub Knight you have access to a different free trial sidekick every once in a while.

Steam is asking me if I recommend this game and do I? I'm a little torn, but yes I do. This is a very fun game with combat mechanics that require you to actually think when things don't go as planned. The community is there and very friendly but only if you take the time to actually look for them. When you're feeling bored of grinding mobs, go grind resources! Its tedious but addicting after a while.

Game is fun, try it out. RTFR.
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43 of 73 people (59%) found this review helpful
10 people found this review funny
3,953.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 23, 2015
Could be good but ankama is stupid enough to ruin it with every new patch. After the dupe of relics and kama i dont think this game is even worth to play. 3000+hrs of gameplay now i feel like all of it was wasted.5/10
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29 of 48 people (60%) found this review helpful
61.2 hrs on record
Posted: September 22, 2015
This game has one of the best turn based combat I've ever played. All playable classes have 20 spells and 5 passives you can skill and level up, allowing you to build it any way you want to suit your tastes. There is a lot of ennemies and they all feel unique.

But that's pretty much it. There is no drive to level up, very few quests beside some for the intro, some milestones and the dailies. That's enough for me but it makes it hard to get friends into the game.

Also, the politics, crafting and environnement things seem like useless or almost useless gimmicks to me.

On top of that, the game have a lot of issues. The Steam achievements are not working (and at this point, I doubt they ever will). When my friend created an account, he got locked into a different region than mine and he gave up on the game.

Give me a propper coop RPG with those classes and ennemies and I would buy it any time.
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