Despite the booming MOBA wave, the online role-playing game genre (MMORPG) is still an indestructible monument in the hearts of veteran gamers.
The Elders Scroll Online
The game gives players many choices with 10 races (race) and 5 main occupations (class) with unique gameplay. On the way to conquer the game, players will unlock many new features with special skills.
The game takes place in the post-apocalypse, all over the Earth becomes arid deserts. Players play the role of surviving descendants with the task of creating the most powerful vehicle to survive.
Crossout has a way of playing that combines shooting racing and creativity. The game allows players to collect materials and weapons to build the car at will. Players can purchase and sell items through the virtual auction floor. They can also join the party to participate in large scale Clan Wars.
Guild Wars 2
As the first online role-playing game with a non-linear storyline in the world, the character’s behavior that the player controls more or less affects the game experience. A special feature of the game is that players do not need to go to each NPC (available programming character) to receive/return quests, events that occur continuously while the player is on the road.
Destiny 2 was released in 2017 on many PC and console systems. The game has the look of the FPS and RPG series with 3 main careers and many different skill branches.
World of Warcraft (WoW)
The great tree of the MMORPG series was first released in 2004 by Blizzard. WoW loyal to the traditional gameplay click/release the mouse to control the character with a variety of races and classes. The game allows players to experience up to 20 for free, to stick with the game players are forced to buy a license or farm hours of gameplay.
Final Fantasy XIV
A familiar brand, leaving many marks with fans of the RPG genre. The online version was built on the content of the old Final Fantasy XIV, which received much criticism from the gaming community for its story and gameplay.