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5 Best MMORPG games For PC 2014-Massively Multiplayer Online Games

Updated on October 15, 2014

MMORPG stands for Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games. It is one of the newest and most important gaming category with millions of players worldwide.These games take place in online virtual worlds with hundreds and thousands of users playing in at once. Like most role-playing games, the player takes on the role and controls the actions of a specific character. Yet what distinguishes it from single player RPGs, is that players can interact with anyone playing online at the same time, which creates infinite possibilities for gameplay. Moreover, the game has a "persistent world," meaning that the world inside the game changes and develops even when you're not playing.

Often, players will team up with other players in order to complete objectives that give them points. Team work, then, plays vital role in these type of games. There are two types of games in this category: free-to-play and pay-to-play. Free-to-play games have players from all over the world are sometimes played by thousands of people simultaneously. This list covers the top 5 best MMORPG games. I'd love to hear what you think in the comments!

#5 League of Legends

League of Legends Gameplay
League of Legends Gameplay

League of Legends, also known as LoL, is one of the most popular free-to-play MMORPG games in the world. The game was released in 2009 and was the best multiplayer game of that year. According to a recent survey, there are nearly 67 million active users of League of Legends, out of which 27 million play daily.

The game play is a bit like Capture the Flag. Each player chooses one out of the 118 champions, each with unique attributes, and teams up with other champions to battle other champions, both human and computer controlled. The aim is to destroy the other team's "nexus," a central building within a larger defensive structure.

You can develop your character by killing as many enemies as possible. As with most free-to-play games, there are also options to purchase level-ups. All in all, League of Legends is a wonderful MMORPG For PC.

Check out the gameplay below.

#4 Guild Wars 2

Guild Wars 2 Gameplay
Guild Wars 2 Gameplay

The second installment in the Guild Wars series enjoys enormous popularity and is one of the greatest MMORPG games released for the PC. Published by NCSoft, Guild Wars 2 has 460,000 daily users and as of August 2013 has sold 3.5 Million copies.

Guild Wars 2 is unique in that its storyline is responsive to player actions - a common feature of single-player RPGs, but not MMORPGs. Rather than the typical quest/mission structure, there is a "dynamic event system," where players can approach quests in a number of different ways.

This game has a number of updates from Guild Wars 1. You can find new 3D arenas, enhanced additional graphics and characters, and an improved combat system. The gameplay is very similar to the original Guild Wars. These improvements make it the fourth-best MMORPG game for PC.

#3 Final Fantasy XI

Final Fantasy XI MMORPG Gameplay
Final Fantasy XI MMORPG Gameplay

Final Fantasy XI Online was released by Square Studios in 2006 and remains one of the best MMORPG games for PC.

Players can create avatars to complete objectives in order to develop an assortment of jobs, skills and in-game rewards. In 2006, it had roughly 500,000 subscribers and exceeded 2 million by 2009. There have also been six expansion packs released, which add additional quests, lands, and item rewards. There are currently 16 worlds available to play in this game with approximately 15,000 to 20,000 players in each one.

#2 Entropia Universe

Entropia Universe Gameplay
Entropia Universe Gameplay

Developed by MindArk, a Swedish gaming company, Entropia Universe was released in 2002, making it one of the older MMORPGs. That said, it's still incredibly fun to play. One of the neat things about this game is its model of micro-payments, where an in-game currency, Project Entropia Dollars or PEDs, can be purchased and traded back into US dollars at a 10:1 exchange rate. This means that items acquired in the Entropia Universe have an actual, real-world cash value!

The game set a Guinness World Record in 2004 for the sale of the most expensive virtual object, when a virtual space station went for $330,000 (!), and again in 2008 when a virtual resort was sold for $635,000 (!!!).

#1 World of Warcraft


World of Warcraft, or WoW, is the most popular MMORPG game in the world. Released by Blizzard Studios in 2004, World of Warcraft is the fourth installment in the Warcraft Universe. The most subscribed MMORPG in the world with 7 million current subscribers and 100 million accounts created over its lifetime, World of World has generated over $10 billion in revenue as of July 2012, with Call of Duty: Black Ops a distant second at $1.5 billion.

All in all, World of Warcraft is THE best MMORPG on the market right now.

What's your favorite MMORPG?

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      4 years ago

      welp never coming on here again

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      4 years ago

      why you showing old games with awful graphic

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      4 years ago

      LOL is a moba not a mmorpg


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