Best MMORPG 2015
Welcome to the Best MMORPG 2015 list, the most popular, exhaustive, and easy-to-use resource that MMO gamers have been looking for. Here you will find tons of great online MMORPG games that have been listed by category so that you won’t have to spend a lot of time reading irrelevant, wordy news just to find the one or two MMOs that you want to play.
We value our time and yours so here is a super quick list that you can read in a minute or less to help you find a good MMORPG to play.
Best MMORPG 2015 List: Quick Index
Free to Play
Buy to Play or No Subscription MMORPG
Pay to Play (Subscription)
Upcoming/Under Development MMORPGs 2015
Best Free to Play MMORPG 2015
Now that 2015 is here this post is being updated every month with the the new MMOs of 2015 and upcoming games. This first category is for existing, playable MMORPGs that you can easily check out because they are all free to play.
At last it’s out! 2015 is off to a great start with the release of the Skyforge open beta this July 16. Skyforge is one of the most highly anticipated upcoming MMORPG games of the year and it is a must-try for those who are looking for a top quality, big-budget AAA game.
This game is one of the best free open beta MMORPGs around because of its amazing graphics, fun action combat, extensive character customization options, interesting futuristic fantasy setting, and an open class system that allows players to change class whenever they want to. In addition, the game is truly massive, with all the players playing together in one world.
Link: official Skyforge website
Magerealm: Rise of Chaos
The graphics of this new open beta game are unbelievably good for a browser-based MMORPG and the production quality is remarkable. With its superb character/NPC designs, lovingly detailed dynamic environments, intuitive user interface, and outstanding combat, Magerealm: Rise of Chaos is our top choice for best browser MMORPG of 2015.
There are tons of reasons to play Magerealm:
- no client download, play on your browser in under 5 minutes
- RPG with a great story
- free to play
- excellent graphics
- beautiful setting and environments
- regular, high-quality updates
- it’s quite fun to play!
Link: official Magerealm: Rise of Chaos website
A fast-paced shooter MMO game, Waframe can be described as a parkour alien Ninja game with exo-skeletal suits. It’s not grindy and huge content updates are released each month so players never get bored. The gameplay mainly consists of co-op missions with various objectives such as survival, assassination, defense, capture, rescue, etc. It’s more focused on PvE rather than PvP. What makes this game the best is that the players are chill and patient even with newbies. Play this game if you want a co-op game with a friendly community.
Link: Warframe official website
Best Buy to Play MMORPG Games 2015
Buy to play here means a game that you have to buy but there is no subscription needed. So you pay only once then it is yours to play as much as you want.
Guilds Wars 2
Guild Wars 2 is the top choice for most players who are looking for the best buy to play MMORPG of 2015. Its production values are through the roof and for a one-time payment you can enjoy top quality graphics and gameplay. GW2 is rather unconventional because it values exploration, a personal storyline, and dynamic events over the usual grinding that you find in other MMOs.
Guild Wars 2 Features:
- Dynamic Events – as you explore the world of Guild Wars 2, you will encounter dynamic events that change as you and other players interact with them. In other MMORPGs you have to go from NPC to NPC fetching 10 rat tails everyday. In Guild Wars 2 as you walk around you might find that a village is being attacked by ogres. Help the villagers and the ogres will go away – but the ogres might return with siege weapons or hole up in the caves nearby. Actions have consequences.
- Personal Story – each player has a unique story that is his or her own. It evolves based on the player’s action.
- Dungeons – huge, instanced dungeons for groups of players. In story mode where you interact with legendary heroes and advance the plot of GW2. Exploration mode allows players to chose from 3 strategic choices. Each option generates a different version of the dungeon with new challenges, areas, creatures, and dynamic events. Great fun!
Where to buy: Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns on Amazon
Very important – do not buy the core game aka Guild Wars 2 (the original release) because when you buy the newest expansion Heart of Thorns the core game is already included. There is also a free trial. Free accounts come with a few restrictions which will be lifted when you buy the newest expansion.
Best Pay to Play MMORPG Games 2015
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn
A bestselling MMORPG in 2014, Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn shows no sign of slowing down and will surely continue to be one of the most popular pay to play MMORPGs of 2015. FFXIV players enjoy its wide range of character customization options, beautiful graphics, epic story, rich lore, fun dungeons, active events, crafting system that produces useful items, lovely music (that the FF series is particularly known for), as well as the usual quirky Final Fantasy elements like chocobos.
This game is available for the PC, Playstation 3 and Playstation 4.
Where to buy: Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn on Amazon.com
Wildstar is unusual in the MMORPG because of its cartoony and humorous quality. In general, most funny MMOs are browser games but Wildstar really takes the cake as a successful big-budget, top quality zany MMORPG. This a great game for people who like to play to relieve stress as it is sure to amuse with its witty dialogue, amusing characters, and entertaining story.
The game has tons of features that players can enjoy such as quests, group quests, dungeons, adventures, raids, PvP, crafting professions, mounts, auctions, and so forth. Player-owned houses are fully customizable not just with furniture but also with the ability to build all kinds of unusual stuff in it such as a dungeon, crafting station, jumping puzzle, buff station, etc.
Where to buy: Wildstar on Amazon.com
The Elder Scrolls Online
At launch date The Elder Scrolls Online received mixed reviews although it has proved to be enormously popular, with over 5 million people playing the open beta. In the weeks since the launch the developers, Zenimax have continued to improve the game and add content such that many complaints made during the release date are now invalid. Due to this, we expect that TESO will be one of the best subscription MMORPG games in 2015.
TESO’s strong points include its stunning graphics, emphasis on player exploration, and action combat system in which the player must actively move, block, dodge, cast, heal, etc. There are also no cookie-cutter characters, players are free to develop their characters’ weapon, racial, class, crafting, and guild skills as they see fit.
TESO is currently available on the PC and Mac. The Playstation 4 and Xbox One versions will be available at then end of 2014/start of 2015.
Where to buy: The Elder Scrolls Online on Amazon.com
Best Browser-Based MMORPGs 2015
Here is a list of MMOs that are perfect for those who want a lightweight MMORPG that they can play on older PCs or laptops with no client download needed.
The best graphics combined with an immersive world make Drakensang Online one of the top browser MMOs of 2014. The game is very fun, especially the fast-paced and tactical combat system. DO gives the player the full MMORPG experience with different classes, quests, dungeons, skills, crafting, and more.
Link: official Drakensang Online website
A very fun new MMORPG with solo and group dungeons world bosses, a PvP arena, elite challenges, a timed dungeon that gives better rewards the faster you complete it, Guild-vs-Guild battles, pets, mounts, and fast-paced combat. The PvE combat skills mostly focus on mowing down a ton of monsters, and we do mean a ton! If you kill 100 mobs in a row, for example, you get bonus 20% exp for having a high kill streak.
Enjoy classic MMORPG gaming with Felspire, a free fantasy MMORPG that was launched last August 7,2015.
Link: official Felspire website
At first glance DarkOrbit looks very ordinary but in truth it is astonishingly fun. Players take on the role of a a space pilot and the game has a great scifi atmosphere. It’s non-stop fun from the moment you create an account and choose a spaceship to the time you take part in your first space battle. The first zones for beginners are safe but the rest of space is a free-for-all PvP battleground.
How good is it? According to the developers, there are 80 million active players who log in everyday. This game is massively popular.
Link: official DarkOrbit website
Upcoming MMORPGs 2015
Confirmed 2015 Release Date
Official website: http://camelotunchained.com/en/
One of the most anticipated MMO games of 2015, Camelot Unchained is an upcoming realm-vs-realm (RvR) old school MMORPG by City State Entertainment. Their Kickstarter raised over $2.2 million with an estimated delivery date of 2015 for the beta testing phase.
What’s awesome about this game is two words: old school. The developers have promised a “chaotic game with epic surprises at every turn.” The game is being built around three main elements: RvR, crafting and housing.
It will be a purely subscription-based MMORPG.
Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade
Official website: http://www.eternalcrusade.com/
Due to be released late 2015, Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade by Behavior Interactive will be playable on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. This is an open world action shooter type of MMO with a 3rd person (over the shoulder) view. It will feature four races: Orks, Space Marines, Chaos Space Marines, and Eldar. Looks like this will be quite fun for people who enjoy PvP-focused games.
It seems that this will be a “freemium” (a combination of both premium and free) type of game. Players who buy the box or digital download will get full access to the entire game. Those who want to try it out first will be able to play a limited free account.
Official website: https://robertsspaceindustries.com/
A very promising space simulation game that features both single player gameplay and a persistent universe, Star Citizen by Roberts Space Industries is an unusual space trading/combat MMO. The MMO part of Star Citizen will have no classes, a player-run dynamic economy, customizable ships, realistic physics, and exciting PvP (ship vs ship and ground combat) battles.
Star Citizen will have a “rolling launch” in which modules will be released on after the other. According to their official release schedule, modules will be released from 2014 onwards and on that page it’s said that the developers are aiming to “launch the Persistent Universe sometime in 2015.” It is important to note that the official Star Citizen launch date is 2016.
Unknown Release Date – 2015 and Beyond
Official website: http://www.theralon.com/
It’s been called a “cartoony Eve Online” and “almost too good to be true.” Project: Theralon is an upcoming browser-based (a client will be available but optional) sandbox MMO game.
True to the usual sandbox style, it will have no levels or classes for its characters. Player-run guilds and factions will be able to build cities from the ground up and the social aspect is intended to be the focus of gameplay, with extensive housing and crafting systems.
Official website: http://www.civilizationonline.com/
Civilization Online is coming! Sadly, there is no solid release date for it yet. Massively reports that the developers (South Korean studio XL Games) have finished around 60% as of February 2014 and that the first phase of testing will begin in 2014. However, the English version has no release date yet since the game will have to be find a publisher for North America and perhaps Europe, as well as translated and localized.
In the Civilization MMORPG players will have to cooperate with others to develop a nation together instead of each person controlling a nation. The main draw of the game is the dynamically changing nature of the world that develops based on researching technologies, constructing buildings, and even waging war on other player nations.
Official website: http://albiononline.com/
Albion Online has no official release date yet. The alpha phase of testing just started and after this is the closed and open beta tests so its possible that the game will official launch on 2015.
This game on is the best MMORPG 2015 list because this upcoming browser MMORPG by Sandbox Interactive has some very exciting features: crafting and a player-driven economy, full-on PvP corpse looting, territory wars controlled by player guilds, and the freedom to create whatever class or type of character you want. It will be available on the Windows, Linux, Mac, iPad, and Android tablets.
Official website: http://sf.my.com/
Skyforge, by the Allods Team (makers of Allods Online) and Obsidian Entertainment, is an upcoming futuristic fantasy MMORPG. The beta signup page is live which means that they are preparing it for live testing, however there is no official release date yet. The MMO will have classes, talents and abilities but no levels for characters.
The developers have stated that it will be an action MMO with no grinding needed, hence the lack of levels. It will be a full-fledged MMO with all the trimmings such as instances, quests, PvP, PvE, boss fights, plus solo, group, and player guild activities
This post was written by Maise Tremblay.
This list seems to be missing the most anticipated one yet. EverQuest Next.
Thanks for the feedback. I know Everquest Next is coming out but there is still no official release date according to their website.
civ has no release date yet its on your list.
Ever quest no thanks,
Did you even check what the game will be about and offer?
With the recent cut backs and the lapse of customer service I’m not sure if another Sony/Daybreak would be a positive thing.
Nicely done site – I will check back from time to time – this looks like it could really be a great place to pick up info… kudos to you
you forgot dragons nest it is still a good mmo to play I know 2 years old but still running strong
There is a new strategy MMO called Crown of the gods . Beta period will start January 2015
Where’s Archeage in all of this?
Two words: Hackshield Pro
It’s a game that will go out in spring 2015. May be good to post it, currently trying the thaï version and it goes pretty good 😀
Echo of Souls is the new game * Forgot to add it
Best free to play MMO because you can create an instant max level character? Better play at pirate WoW server; not a big deal.
I disagree with almost everything here….this list is extremely biased and not based on any tangible gameplay, fun, or story….I mean GW2? really??? every #1 pick was maybe, and I mean maybe, a number 3 pick…anyway…my 2 cents.
Uh, what? The list isn’t numbered. There is no #1.
diablo 3 ROS was good MMO & RPG game
I disagree with Elder Scrolls Online, yes it was a very anticipated game, however it did not meet anyone’s expectations. That 5 Million people who bought it only half of them are still playing it.
You can move ESO to the P2W category as it is going B2P + cash shop. A decision that will likely ensure it never appears on another “best of…” anything list.
you never watched the vid then cause there is nothing in the cash shop that is p2w the only useful thing is potion that are still worse then the potions you can craft in game
This may be the first time I have seen DDO and not LotRO on a list. Since DDO is such an older and rather deceased game it really curious to be mentioned at all, even in the “existing now” section.
And wheres Rift?? Just get new expansion etc.. just saying.
I can say that I get bored easily in MMOs. The Eastern style to grind it out…I’m not a fan. Games that allows one to get to max level in 2 weeks…also, not a fan. Rift, AA (to name 2) Are games where you can level very quickly and questing is ~ meh. TSW and SWTOR have great story lines but their crafting systems leave much to be desired. Alot of games now are going Pay2Win. Gold farming and in game purchases that seem harmless on the surface but as I learned in Archeage they ruined the game for me. I played EQ when it came out and SWG before its massive changes. Both had alot going for them mixing questing, crafting and the grind to some degree. I have never played WoW, nor will I ever. I have played a few Eastern games like Wushu but again they just didn’t have what I was looking for. I am left with cartoony graphics, and either overt PVP to accomplish anything or throwing real cash in to even be competitive. If anyone has any suggestions I am all ears.
I am having this same problem :/
Great comment bishopomega – and kind of sums up my feelings about the current MMO’s also. I have jumped between lots of them – Archeage (still a patron), Rift, WoW, Aion, Tera, Wildstar etc… etc… and all have something to offer, but all have failings also that just seem to make me want to move on to something new. Even WoW now lets you boost to 90 – I know it’s just so you can get into the new content, but surely if you don’t already have a lvl 90 then you are missing out on all the fun of getting there?
I do seem to keep coming back to Aion though, I think overall (for me at least) it seems to have a good balance of PvP, crafting (it can be a grind but the items you make are actually worth something), it’s not so ‘grindy’ any more as they have added more quests and upped the XP for completing them. It’s certainly not perfect but I think it has something that some of the other title’s are missing – just don’t know what that something is!!
Age of Conan
@Klaranga It is still waste of time when it is hosted and published by Trion Worlds.
I have to say Im looking forward playing Camelot unchained! I left EQ to play it back in the day. The pvp was imho the best. I like the idea of rvr and taking over castles. Sometimes it would take hours to take just 1. Also back when it first came out it took a long time to reach lvl 50. On my server their might have been a few at max lvl after 3 or 4 months. And in pvp if you were alone it would keep you at the edge of your seat, or it did me anyway. Stealth was bad ass and you would not see them until it was too late. As a scout in the game, if a cloth wearing class didn’t have turn blade up they were one shotted, and the arrow physics were the best I’ve seen to date. Once again just my opinion
EQ PVP? Meh, Ultima Online was much better for PVP. By a long shot.
Ultima Online was a noob PVP game.
Wow ‘you’, that is by far the most retarded mmorph pvp-related comment I’ve ever read. UO PvP Pre-AOS absolutely destroys any MMORPG to this date, for at least 999999999999999999999999 reasons. Case closed.
Another TAB TARGET game, what a failure….. end game my ass
He was clearly talking about Camelot PVP, not EQ PVP… I’m sure most people agree that EQ PVP was garbage.
Also looking forward to it. Hope it will be more epic. Haha
Hmmm, me and 1 friend PRecast off screen, run up and BOOM whoever we targeted are dead… no escape.
That dont sound like any kind of pvp to me. UO PVP sucked ass and people that bought into abusing others caused the companies to go carebear… which is what we have today.
Somehow I think UO missed the boat for ‘superior’ pvp.
Lots of other cool things there though, taming, building, crafting, housing.. hell even the dungeons can be fun in a 17 years ago kinda way:)
Yep, even today… Large Scale pvp DAOC is probably still the best.
Team vs Team, SWTOR takes the prize imo.
DACO Rvr was okay.. but thats all. Is no where near fast paced enough to keep entertained for hours. GW2 does a much better job of it.
I checked out Star Citizen and there are too many red flags from mainly the money they want for everything to how many promises there are…
You forgot to mention Star Citizen has delivered on all of those promises so far. The game is classified as pre-alpha. You are a little overly critical considering no other developer would ever let you see pre-alpha development stages with a named publisher behind it.
Obviously you don’t know anything about the CEO for Star Citizen, his reputation precedes him to those of us who know who he is and what he stands for. As he has been an industry leading game developer for more than 20+ years.
He is just doing what others didn’t have the balls to do with big name publishers; Allow it’s community to dictate development process instead of a bunch of Executives who wouldn’t know their ass from a hole in the ground in terms of gaming needs.
Not to mention Star Citizen has over 750,000 backers right now, and has set the Guinness world record for crowd funding in kick starters, and that record is still continuing to rise; Currently at 75million dollars of PLAYER BACKING. Not backing from a Big Name Publisher like EA or Activision.
To give you an idea how much financial power that is; EA backed SWTOR which ended up costing them 300 million dollars in total (with advertisement) if you knock off advertisement the game was about 100-150 million dollars to develop. The only difference is SWTOR flopped inside of 6 months of release losing more than 50% of it’s playerbase. SC is 100% crowd funded WITHOUT support of a publisher, and backing support continues to rise.
In one weekend alone they made almost 3 million dollars in crowd funding. The game so far has delivered on every front thus far that they have promised.
It makes elite dangerous seem like yahoo checkers by comparison of content depth. Will the game be released this year? No of course not. However, the development process is done in stages and modules; Right now we have Hangar module and Arena Commander, next release is soon with the FPS module (Ground combat system), then planetside, followed by Squadron 42 (the single player story line leading up to the Persistent Universe.) The persistent universe being the final stage, THEN the game will hit beta stage.
Now to be fair Jersey, you do not have to spend $15,000 on a game package like some have done, or even $1000. I myself have about $2000 invested. You can spend $35 on a game package and gain beta access. You can spend another $5 to gain alpha access passes to the released modules currently, such as Arena Commander, and soon to be released FPS module, within a couple of weeks. You also do not have to back at all, as everything they are selling such as ships, hangars, etc… will be obtainable in the persistent universe when it goes live with in game currency.
Please stop talking
I aggree with flukelsx here, not that i have to, all he has provided are facts.
But to make it easier on you, have a look at their funding goals, and see for yourself:
Here you find that this WILL be THE game of the decade when it hits it’s release date.
it will take up over 100gb of storage, and you will need a serious computer to run it smoothly.
My r9 290x is having issues keeping up in single player flights…
Elite Dangerous is a good game to keep me busy while waiting, but when the persistent universe launches, i won’t look back a second.
The fact you are an investor makes me not give a — about your “opinion” because it is based on a personal stake in the game. I’ll try it myself, without any investment and seeing as the review from another casual player is negative, I’m bettiing mine will be too. the fact they’re selling in game stuff for real money, which once the game is open, won’t be available for in game currency, make the game look like a pay to win load of bs. and I’m not playing so you can feel like a “Real Gamer” for spending 2 grand on pixels.
From one sentence you blew a gasket, you really are a ***. That and you have the audacity to preach about online currency.
Note: editor removed profanities.
Wow… These guys are taking your millions and giving you pixels in return… It’s astounding how they bargain a simple design for a million dollars like its a car… Their mindset isn’t true to the gamer code so it can’t be too great… Just a bunch of guys who decided they’d make a lot more without going to some big name company to advertise for them a.k.a the middle-man. I mean they are raping pockets at an alarming rate of 900-3000 dollars an hour… Let’s be real… How do you put that much faith in something you haven’t seen if you’re a real gamer. I can’t name how many anticipated releases failed me horribly. It’s hard to fathom the balls of these guys setting Million dollar goals for updates…. Using the gamer’s unique interest for severe profit… They owe you so many more releases. These guys straight chilled out with your millions from 6,000,000 to 9,000,000… How can you possibly respect that… Give me a couple million and I’ll band together a few weirdos to give you an even better game. I’d feel better if they did these sort of things after release.
“Wow… These guys are taking your millions and giving you pixels in return…” You are like my brother which I never had!!
For having 75 million dollars of crowd funded money at their disposal, the game seems to be progressing
at snail pace.
B.S. Star Citizen is a giant money sink. Allowing players to buy EVERYTHING in one package is extremely “Pay-to-Win”. Show me any other game that has a pre-order package that costs $15,000. Yes, that’s right, 15 thousand dollars! This is funny considering there are no “levels” according to the designers. When I asked early on what then, would the measure of a player’s “rank” be, I was told it was determined by the ships they owned. So, for $15,000 I can be a very high ranked player. Not pay-to-win? Please.
I was an original backer of the game in 2012. At that time, ALL the pre-order items, game, physical items, etc. were “promised” to be delivered by May 2014. How is that “delivered on all its promises”? They can’t even create a key mapping system so the test modules could be adequately tested. Key maps are a Day 1 priority. Everyone in their chat and forums are a bunch of elitist snobs. I had invested nearly $500 into the game but I wised up and sold everything on eBay. Sorry to burst your bubble, but that game will bomb big time.
lol…. wall of text to defend a game. Get a life.
Before most of you commenting were wetting your diapers.. Before the CLI Windows existed and Blizzard entertainment started dominating every genre they released in (to the extent of one of their games, Starcraft, being deemed a national sport of a country), way back in the days of DOS.. There was Wing Commander. This game series was created by none other than Chris Roberts, the developer of Star Citizen.
When games didn’t all blur together into a grey lifeless mass, both on pc, console and pen and paper.. Back in the days of DOS when everything was still being invented Chris delivered unto the pc an epic series of games known as the wing commander series. Wing commander 3, which released on playstation, windows, mac and the 3dO, featured a multiple choice storyline which affects the ending and play-through, live action cutscenes and audio featuring Mark Hamil (Luke Skywalker) and a plethora of other BA Hollywood hotshots.
He broke the mold, he challenged the concepts of what a video game could be with the current technology of the time, and he delivered an epic space adventure with depth and style. That is exactly what the video game industry is lacking today, and exactly what people like me are looking for; Something new and innovative, something which will break the chains of copy-pasted video game titles. Chris has a track record for imagination and innovation, and has already proved that he is capable of delivering the title we want. The fact that he stayed into his dream and founded a company just to realize that dream is proof that he is still committed to making an innovative and ground-breaking game.
TLDR: Chris Roberts (Star Citizen) is a known bad-ass, and any weeaboo welfare babies who question his commitment is a casual who doesn’t know the history of gaming, and should be trolling Hello Kitty forums.
– Hironaru AKA Operative (HK [Rift], Method, GoonWaffe represent)
P.S. I will eat your babies. QQ more (for all my victims).
quite a bit late too the party but dam Hironaru that was inspirational, especially the “He broke the mold, he challenged the concepts of what a video game could be with the current technology of the time, and he delivered an epic space adventure with depth and style.” That was seriously impressive and a stroke of inspirational genius bye
In my opinion the best mmorpg for the next years will be Albion Online, the pvp system is awesome like Tibia. Sure the graphics are poor but the best games don’t have good graphics.
Im not too sure i agree with you, ever since the addition of hell gates. I think the game lost some of its old school charm, and if the dev crew continues in that fashion, it could grow to be not-so-good. But for now, it is fairly enjoyable, considering i spend like 14 hours a day playing during its alpha phases.
I vote for Eternal Crusade.
It’s a 40k IP MMO.
Is transparent, and a mature IP.
Star Citizen sounds like it’ll favour certain people too much. And does not have a hundred plus novels to back up the story. Hell, RPG games don’t have such a large story to back it up.
It does. It favors the very wealthy elitist gamer, the ones who can afford to spend $15,000 on a package that contains virtually every ship in the game, the ships that ordinary people have to work their tails off for.
How is Pantheon not on this list?
Amazing this is bestmmorpg.com and doesn’t even mention pantheon. Smh
Um, because Pantheon will be released in 2017, two years from now?
I just looked that game over and their FAQ says alpha and beta testing will start in 2017 … but that is not certain. Wow
Im new to MMORPGs and i want to know an MMO RPG that looks amazing and has the same style as SAO in anime. Im looking for something 3rd person like WOW but i want to see the action and i dont want to see text over their heads telling me the dmg. Wildstar is a good example of what im looking for but im looking for something less spacey. The closer to the anime SAO, the better.
You should check out TERA. I actually just started playing it a few days ago after my own search for something like SAO and it truly is similar to how SAO would work in a modern – style game.
Tera has a very nice combat system with actual aiming, dodging, etc. The graphics are also very nice, although they went the way of the silly game items like so many of the MMOs. Silly mounts, silly weapons, silly costumes, etc. I don’t want to see Warriors in a game fighting with candy canes and riding Winnie the Pooh mounts. We need more MMOs with a tad more historical element.
Tera, sadly, does have a big issue with frame rates.
Tera is a really pretty game, but soooo limited. Compared to most games your options are almost non existent. Each class has 1 style of weapon and thats it. Theres no real skill tree to speak of. It was ok to play for a while but never could get that exicted about it
Lol. There isn’t an MMO like SAO. Your best bet would be Mabinogi for anime-esque MMO with the most freedom customization wise. There will never be an MMO like SAO until we have great VR gear. Til then, keep dreaming. 🙂
You want to play a Game like SAO?. Play Dragon Nest its the closes MMORPG to SAO. Nothing else :), dont forget to say Thank you 🙂
And if u guys know any new game that is free 2 play plz recommend me … i hav played before Talisman online and Ragnarok Online. TO is a 3D game and RO is a 2D game and both are quiet famous.
Citadel Of Sorcery isn’t on that list? That there would be the supreme PVE MMO. if you like open world pvp and free roam check out stalker.so also, survarium is supposed to release a free roam mode so thats something worth checking out.
Editor’s note: combined two comments into one.
My only concern is 100% pvp. I don’t feel that’s sustainable with absolutely zero pve.
Aura Kingdom is too underrated. It’s one of the best games I’ve played ever. It has almost everything you would want from a game.
Wilst I do favor a few on this list. They all suck for a top list.
I’ll keep trying them all, maybe returning to a few. But nothing here really yells Top2015 list.
Especially the ones that have been out THIS LONG.
I’ve played them all. If im not still paying or playing for it right now… Thats what it means to be a top list.
-Star Citizen being where it is was expected from the beginning &(or)complaining about it is jus bad Reviewing on person’s part.
-Theralon project aka DragonsProphet has nice dragons.
-Skyforge is alright but a little too grindy.
-Albion Not enough Customizing,
-Civilization, Seriously? Its for some but not for me.
-WH40K the community or social groups are seriously a bunch of trolls.
-Camelot same problem i have with albion
-ESO, Wildstar I like these titles they are good… Jus not the Micro-transactions.
-FFRR Great Overall But being an older FF player I cant get into it dosnt feel like an FF.
-GW2 Same issue with wildstar and Eso.
All browser games “are crap” even if a few can be addictive(i still play a few).
These are hard points… no game on this list of top 2015 feel like a top contender.
Dont know about the rest of you but Im looking for a game with “unlimited, for a reasonable Price” Unlimited Customization both Aesthetic and Functional, transportation, Transmutation, Production, Grand Social Area for the Combined Effort and reward any/all players Deserve, Content Involving Unique Events or Unique Tie-In from another game or Similar… both some RP and PVP Fun Dungeon systems. Id like to go further on my Dream MMO but why bother sharing with the few that would rather troll.(looking @ those without a real Gamer alias)
Albion is going to be the best game 2015, 2016, 2017 and beyond. It’s the new WoW. I will be hated for saying that and meaning it.
The world of games died when then still Aeria decided to close Kitsune and Dreams of Mirrors online and why cant i see black desert or whatchamacallit BLESS on that list they are out even if its only in korea
Thnx for a great review.
Most such posts on other websites post cuckoo stuff all copied frm one another.
World of Warcraft?
Most played MMORPG ever and still #1?