5 upcoming MMO worth taking a look at
Five great Upcoming MMORPGs!
5. Lost Ark
Genre: Action MMO | Release: Q4 2017 | Publisher: Smilegate
Imagine Diablo 3, multiply interactive map elements tenfold, take away targetting and make it much.... much darker, we're talking Dark Souls depressing. Lost Ark is an isometric 3D action-combat MMO with an extremely immersive no-target system and dynamic "quarter view" camera angle. The game will feature both open-world environments and instanced raids like those found in Vindictus. Players will even be able to discover unique islands in Lost Ark as they explore the World Map abroad with their own ships. A lot is yet to be revealed including the business model (probably buy to play with cosmetic item shop).
4. Lineage Eternal: Twilight Resistance
Genre: Action MMO | Release: Q4 2017/Q1 2018 | Publisher: NCSoft
Lineage Eternal: Twilight Resistance is a fantasy MMORPG from NCSoft that will feature large-scale battles, including siege warfare, and will reintroduce the isometric perspective that made the series famous years ago when it was first released in 1998. The game plays more like an action-RPG hack n' slash such as Diablo 3. Lineage Eternal also does away with typical quest fetching in favor of a system similar to the field quest feature used in Guild Wars 2 and is heavily focused on PVP.
Genre: Throne War MMO | Release: Q4 2017 | Publisher: ArtCraft Entretainment
Hey! Wouldn't it be awesome if you had an MMORPG with RTS elements, a Total War campaign, and a Game of Thrones feel? It would, that's where Crowfall comes in. Funded on Kickstarter, this upcoming MMORPG has been in development for quite some time but now it's almost at the finish line ready to turn heads of the MMO crowd across the globe. Crowfall has one focus: PVP. There are monsters in Crowfall – lots of them – but they are intended to raise the general “threat level” of the game rather than being a primary focus. Crowfall does not have any instanced PvE dungeons, quests, and raids; however, the worlds WILL be crawling with monsters and former inhabitants of the dying worlds as the world will change from battle to battle and from season to season.
2. Camelot Unchained
Genre: MMORPG | Release: Q4 2017 | Publisher: City State Entertainment
Camelot Unchained is a Kickstarter-funded, long-awaited successor to the Dark Age of Camelot. Focused mainly on massive-scale RvR combat. Arthurian/Celtic setting, destructible terraformable terrain (also known as C.U.B.E). There’s no leveling via player versus enemy, no traditional raids or dungeons and players rely almost entirely on one another to gain weapons and armor (no global Auction Houses). Combat caters to an audience who want something more than point and click implementing no-target skill based model.
1. Ashes of Creation
Genre: MMORPG | Release: 2018 | Publisher: Intrepid Studios
Ashes of Creation took the MMO crowd by surprise. After the unexpected release of a brief gameplay trailer showcasing jaw-dropping environments, the hype is growing bigger and bigger. What we know so far:
A player-driven world with a PVP node system. Ashes of Creation’s world will be divided into nodes that can be built up or destroyed by player actions.
Story-driven narration. Ashes of Creation world will be developed around strong and captivating story arcs.
Advanced Player Housing. Players in Ashes of Creation will be able to build and own persistent buildings across the world, everything from the humblest farm to the sprawling mega-mansion. But beware as nothing lasts forever.
Massive in-scale castle sieges. Gather your guild and take control over a region!
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