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4 Must-Play Android MMORPG You Shouldn’t Miss!

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Mobile device operating systems such as Android and iOS now have the capability to provide gamers with good games unlike before. And because of that mobile RPG now has become another subgenre of the whole RPG. As for Android OS, with its online feature it has become a host for many popular MMORPG worth to be played. Among them are these 4 must-play Android MMORPG you shouldn’t miss!

1. Lineage 2: Revolution

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Lineage 2: Revolution is a mobile MMORPG licensed by NCSoft and developed by Netmarble, officially launched in December 2016 and take places 100 years before the Lineage 2: Goddess of Destruction storyline. Lineage 2: Revolution promises you a high quality graphics with the Unreal Engine 4 and large-scaled open world gameplay along with real time PvP fights with other players online.

The key to survive in this game is to grind for level and items. The higher our character’s level, the easier our journey will be, as well as unlocking more items. With the large-scaled open world gameplay, it is easy for us to meet with million other users real-time. For you who like realistic character design and graphical beauty, this game is for you.

2. Dragon Nest M – SEA

Dragon Nest M Wallpaper

Dragon Nest M – SEA is a mobile MMORPG published by SIAMGAME for Android and iOS-based mobile devices. Dragon Nest series start its debut in PC, with the title Dragon Nest, and became one of the most loved MMORPG back then with its exciting gameplay. Still implementing the same gameplay, Dragon Nest M – SEA will focus on dungeon exploring along with tons of quest and PVP system.

3. Ragnarok M: Eternal Love

Ragnarok M Eternal Love Wallpaper

Ragnarok is one of the oldest MMORPG that was really popular back then. It feels like there are no gamer who doesn’t know about this RPG-styled game. Published by Gravity Interactive, now Ragnarok is back with the new appearance using the name of Ragnarok M: Eternal Love. Just like before, this game will offer you endless adventure; only this time you will feel modern touch while playing the game.

Officially launched in October, 2018 Ragnarok M: Eternal Love has exceeded some of the popular recent games and still exists consistently in Google Play. Created by Xindong from the most popular PC MMORPG back then, this game still can offer you a good gaming experience added with a nice graphics just like before; not to forget, the typical open world exploring that Ragnarok Online is famous of.

4. Sword Art Online: Integral Factor

Sword Art Online: Integral Factor

Sword Art Online: Integral Factor is a MMORPG adapted from the anime with the same name. Developed and published by Bandai Namco in 2018, it becomes another favorite along with the anime series. Basically, the series itself is already fantastic with all the heroes and the battles, and now we can play as a customizable character in this adaptation game.

But in this online game, we will not play as Kirito (the main character from the series); instead, we will play as the main character while Kirito will act as an NPC. Since this game includes the 100 levels of Aincrad, it will take a lot of time for us to explore and grind for treasures. But thankfully, this game isn’t boring with its entire features even though we will spend most of the time on Aincrad.

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Smartphone users don’t have to worry about playing RPG on their mobile devices anymore. With the technology that Android has, now it can hosts many of the popular MMORPG like the games above. And my choice will be Dragon Nest M – SEA since I’m a fan of the PC version, and for sure the mobile version will be able to deliver such fun once again while remembering my playthrough back then.

Which one is your favorite Android MMORPG from the list? Do you have another must-play title? Please leave your comment below.

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A fellow RPG addict who played a lot of classic masterpieces from Square, Square-Enix, and Tri-Ace. "The epoch may change, but the classics will remain eternal"

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