With so many free to play games out there on the market it can be a daunting task to pick which ones are best for you. In order to help you with that we have carefully crafted this list for those free to play gamers that enjoy the role playing experience of MMORPGs. So please, go ahead and browse through out list and pick the game or games that best fit your playing style. This is our list of the top 10 free MMORPG’s that you can play, right now!
Aion is a juggernaut of a free to play game that came to us Korea. Even though it is F2P you do have full access to the game. The game features impressive graphics, awesome aerial combat and large scale PvPvE battles. There is a great amount of character customization and a decent sized player-base. Be sure to give Aion a try if you are in the MMORPG market.
9. Dungeons and Dragons Online (DDO)
Dungeons & Dragons Online is a free MMORPG based on version 3.5 of the popular roleplaying game, Dungeons & Dragons. DDO seemed to have everything going for it upon its initial release, but never really seemed to find its audience. The game has great graphics, a unique play style, and the pedigree of one of the best MMO developers behind it in Turbine. And though the game didn't quite make it in the pay to play arena, don’t for a second be fooled into thinking that it was due to the quality of the game. This game is definitely worth a try, especially since it's free!
8. War of the Immortals
War of Immortals is a top-down MMORPG by Perfect World. The game takes you on an epic journey as you emobody one of many different classes and undertake a journey to fight various mythical beasts. The storyline takes you through Atlantis and Valhalla as you quest to preserve the existence of our world. War of Immortals features an epic style and arti direction with a plethora of interesting classes to play.
7. Runes of Magic
Runes of Magic draws its inspiration directly from one of the most popular MMORPGs ever, World of Warcraft. The game does a little to distinguish itself, with beautiful 3D graphics, great character customization and a unique multi-class system. There is player housing and a cash shop in the world as well. In the end, if you're being compared to WoW in a positive way, I think you're doing it right.
6. Forsaken World
Forsaken World is a 3D fantasy MMORPG set in the world of Eyrda. Published by Perfect World Entertainment this game offers something for everyone. There are many various races and classes to chose from, plenty of options for crafting and many PvP options. One of the coolest and most unique things about the game is the ability for up to 10 players per server to become Gods!This is one game that you should not let pass you by.
5. Dragon Nest
Don't be fooled by the name, Dragon Nest is an action RPG where some of the greatest anime style visuals ever seen in a free MMORPG. The graphics go hand in hand with its charming anime characters and truly exciting real time combat. There are unique flashhy skill-based actions, awesome voice acting and an interesting an easy-to-follow storyline. Dragon Nest is a very well polished game and you should be eager to give it a try.
4. Allod's Online
Allod's Online is a great 3D fantasy MMORPG with some interesting Sci-Fi elements. It could be described as a fantasy / space opera game. One of the best part about Allod's is the great emphasis on its storyline. There are very unique monster designs, many playable classes and a beautifully designed world. The look and feel are similar to WoW, but that's no coincidence.
Vindictus is a fast-paced, 3D, fantasy MMORPG brawler based on Celtic mythology. Vindictus allows players to fight their way through instanced stages with parties of up to four players. The best parts of the game include its realistic graphics, action packed gameplay, great skill and attack animations along with some very well crafted lore and dialogue.
2. The Lord of the Rings Online (LoTRO)
When LoTRO went free-to-play last year, fans rejoiced. This brought one of the best MMORPGs on the market to be one of the best free-to-play games on the market. Things you will look forward to are a massive world, challenging combat, legendary story-line, and beautiful graphics to all those who wish to enter the enchanted realm of Middle-Earth. Player-owned houses and mounts, a unique monster-play PvP system, epic raids and gear, legendary crafted gear, and much more exists in Turbine’s masterpiece. You should give this game a try, even if you’re new to the series. You won’t regret it.
1. DC Universe Online
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