Despite the boom of the MOBA wave, the online role-playing game (MMORPG) is still an indestructible monument in the hearts of veteran gamers.
The Elders Scroll Online: The game gives players a variety of choices with 10 races (race) and 5 main occupations (class) and unique gameplay. On the way to conquer the game, players will unlock many new features along with special skills. Gamers can now begin to explore the vast world of titles on Steam, Xbox One and PS4.
The game takes place after the apocalypse, all over the Earth becomes a dry desert. Players play the surviving descendants with the task of creating the most powerful vehicle to survive. Crossout has a combination of shooting and shooting racing game that allows users to collect materials and weapons to build the car as they like. Players can buy and sell items via the “virtual auction floor” as well as join groups to participate in the “Clan War” large scale.
Guild Wars 2
As the world’s first non-linear RPG role-playing game, the behavior of the characters that the player controls is more or less affecting the game experience. A special feature of the game is that the player does not need to go to each NPC (available programming character) to receive / return missions, events that occur continuously while the player is on the road.
World of Warcraft (WoW)
The great tree of the MMORPG series was first released in 2004 by Blizzard. The game owns and maintains a huge gaming community after 14 years, becoming the most influential game in the world, according to PCGamer. WoW is loyal to the traditional way of clicking/releasing the mouse to control the characters with a variety of races and classes. The game allows free players to experience up to level 20, to stick with the game, the player must buy a license or farm hours playing in the game.