Here are the best MMORPGs for any fan of the genre. Especially, they are totally free. So, no further ado, let’s go!
MMORPGs are a great genre for a lot of reasons. Whether you want to enjoy a game with your friends, explore a new world, or just kill some enemies; MMORPGs have been the best place to go for years. Sometimes it’s not worth a subscription or buying a full game just to get that experience, which has led to exponential growth in the genre’s free offerings.
The most difficult thing to figure out when it comes to free MMORPGs is which one to pick. While money may not be required, they all require the user to spend a significant amount of time on and it’s important these hours aren’t wasted. Here are the top 10 free MMORPGs out right now.
Blade & Soul Revolution
Blade & Soul is a Korean MMORPG developed by NCSOFT’s Team Bloodlust that released in Korea in 2012 before coming to Europe and America in early 2016. This game’s fighting focuses on forming combos and players can fight both the environment and, in higher levels, other players as well. Blade & Soul is also renowned for its customizable characters. It has also given NPCs access to this flushed-out character screen, leading to some interesting-looking quest givers.
Lineage 2: Revolution
Lineage 2: Revolution was one of the first mobile MMORPGs to introduce auto-play mechanics to the genre, and it remains one of the best iterations of the feature to date. If you like leaving your adventurer to go about its business while you simply manage, this is one of the best examples of that on mobile.
Albion Online is a bit like a streamlined Runescape, with a player-driven economy and combat skills tied to gear, rather than classes. There’s a much greater focus on PvP in Albion though, with the large-scale warfare impressing in particular.
Much like Adventure Quest 3D, Arcane Legends allows you to play across mobile and PC. It’s basically the Diablo of mobile MMORPGs, with three different classes to play as, and an absolute ton of loot to collect.
Black Desert Mobile
A best mobile MMORPGs list wouldn’t be complete without Black Desert Mobile, the tiny version of the PC and console hit. Black Desert Mobile brings everything you look from the core version but squeezes it onto mobile, and it works an absolute treat.
Taking a leaf from Black Desert’s book, Bless Mobile will feature a wide variety of ‘life skills’ to perfect, including fishing and gathering. There’s plenty of combat on offer too, as one of five different classes.
Celtic Heroes is one of the longest-running mobile MMORPGs, with a ridiculous amount of content on offer as a result. It was one of the first to attempt to bring a World of Warcraft-like experience to mobile, and it pretty much nails it.
Dofus Touch is the portable version of the hit PC MMORPG that features Fire Emblem-like turn-based combat, over 15 character classes to play as, and a massive world to explore. If you’ve got time on your hands, Dofus Touch is the MMORPG for you.
Era of Legends
If World of Warcraft was on mobile, it would resemble something like Era of Legends. Though it features autoplay, you can’t actually use it during the content that matters. Instead, it’s reserved entirely for leveling up.
Regular Runescape also exists on mobile, though only in early access right now. If you own an Android device, you can check it out right away, though iOS users will have to wait until the beta is expanded. Play this if Old School Runescape is too grind-y for you.
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By the makers of Celtic Heroes, who know how to make a mobile MMORPG, Warhammer Odyssey takes place in the eponymous universe. You play as one of six different classes and head out on an adventure that would feel at home on PC.
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Worlds Of King
Last, but certainly not least, we have World of Kings, which is basically World of Warcraft with auto-play. If you really don’t like grinding in MMORPGs, and just want to get to the good content like dungeons and raids, World of Kings is a solid choice.
We hope our list helps you find lots of great mobile MMORPGs to play! If you want something a little more offline, why not also check out our list of the best mobile RPGs?
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