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5 Recommended Android MMORPG You Shouldn’t Miss!

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We already know that smartphone operating system (OS) now is capable of delivering games just as good as what console can. That is why, the game developers nowadays didn’t hesitate to start creating games with the latest technology in smartphone gaming. As one of the two most popular OS, Android has everything needed to become a flagship in mobile gaming.

The popularity and the significance of user growth have moved Android to the next level in mobile gaming. With all the latest improvement in technology, Android-powered mobile devices now can offer a Massive Multiplayer Online RPG or known as RPG. And among them, there are some that you might be familiar with. Here are 5 recommended MMORPG on Android you shouldn’t miss!

1. Talion

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Talion is an Android MMORPG developed by GAMEVIL that was known for its graphical beauty. What makes this game special was the camera effect, where you can observe almost all what happened in the battlefield. The camera is so flexible that makes the war even more exciting. And not only that, this game has PvP mode that is very popular among the MMORPG players and challenge seeker.

2. Errant: Hunter’s Soul

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Errant: Hunter’s Soul is another Android MMORPG published by Longcheng Ltd. that was known for its good reviews. In some part of the world, this game is also called Rangers of Oblivion. From the looks, it is similar to Monster Hunter series’ gameplay since we will get involved with the fights between the character and wild beasts. Another thing that is loved by players is that this game has no autoplay feature.

3. Ragnarok M: Eternal Love

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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.

4. Toram Online

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Toram Online is an Android MMORPG developed and published by Asobimo in 2015. This game is quite popular and known to have its own community of fanatic players. In this game, we can customize our character without limits. It also has a fun gameplay and constant updates from the developer that will make this is even more exciting from time to time.

5. Sword Art Online: Integral Factor

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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.

Read also: 7 Recommended Android RPG that You Can Play Offline!

Now, smartphone users don’t have to worry about the limit of playing RPG on their gadgets. With the technology that Android has, now it can hosts many of the popular MMORPG like stated above. If I’m going to choose, I’ll go with Sword Art Online: Integral Factor. I believe that the adaptation from anime to online game won’t disappoint all of its series’ fans due to its fun gameplay and nice graphics.

Which one is your favorite Android MMORPG from above? Do you have another suggestion? 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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