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Top free to play Steam MMO Games Released in 2016 by Omer from MMOs.com
List of the best free to play MMOs that launched on Steam in 2016.
Links to individual games:
Tree of Savior
Riders of Icarus
Tiger Knight: Empire War
Heroes & Generals
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Oh my god can we stop saying paladins is a OW ripoff?! Dont even mention that ridiculousness. Paladins was announced before OW and in beta before OW was. Not to mention its an arena shooter, theyre both just like Team Fortress. lol
Feel free to remove Riders of Icarus, the game doesn't worth to be played any more. On forum you get instant ban if you stand up for your believes and voice it loud out. The new legendary dungeons are a bad joke. To get a legendary level 40 set you need to hunt it downs for weeks, even if you manage to loot it (mostly from Attaius and Trauna raids) it might be with a very bad stats due to the stupid RNG that the game has (but, for real money, you can change them). It's sad how this game turned out and that they have started to ban on forum everybody without any good reason, including their old founders. Overall, the game would be nice, the graphic is nice but if you really want to grow and be stronger you need to invest LOTS of LOTS of real money and buy good stuff with them. As for forum, just avoid to voice your thoughts there, nobody is controlling the moderators, they ban whoever they wish for whatever reason.
If you still want to try this game out, well, around level 35-40 you will realize how bad the RNG is and how much money you really need to get a decent gear.
Tree of savior went from 25k players when I started to 4K. So, that is pretty bad in my opinion. It was a good game, but a lot of people quit making it hard to grind in certain areas or get people to run dungeons. Plus, it was IMC never listening to the player base and all the bugs it had and the amount of bots and gold sellers my god. TOS is on a downward slope, so if you decide to play say today, probably in the next few months the game will be officially dead.
It's not typically an mmo if you can't actually interact with a big number of people. Yeah those games might have a big number of people online in game and you could interact with them, but it's limited and not such a massive interaction as it usually is. Even though the massively on mmo is limited to 20+ or players due to some limitations
There hasn't been an MMO i've been in love with since Star War Galaxies. I loved how it was an actual open world . . . you could since hundreds of hours into it without even having to fight a single monster.
You could level up as a dancer, trader, smuggler, sniper, bounty hunter, and ohhh boy, jedis were a thing of LEGEND.
But then they ruined the game with the NGE update. Nothing has been able to fill that void for me since.
OMG Omer, i followed your videos on MMOHut years ago and i thought you left this reviewer realm :v im so glad that you are still doing videos and keep up the good work!!!
1st reaction after opening the video was: WOOOOOW OMER IS STILL ALIVE!!!!!! ( after that everyone at in the room was simply staring at me )
Note MMOs.Com. Paladins was announced and in development BEFORE Overwatch was announced. Tired of people saying how Paladins ripped of Blizzard, when they announced the game first. Get this fact straight, you review MMO's, use PROPER fucking information, not fabricated.
I've been playing Atlas Reactor nonstop for three days. The game is basically crack. I impulse bought the full version straightaway and it was well worth it. If you like XCOM, you will be addicted to this game. I guarantee it. It also seems to attract people who play MOBAs and even some Overwatch and Paladins players - it has elements of pvp style games where you have a variety of unique heroes (called Freelancers in Atlas Reactor) that fall into different categories depending on their skill set i.e. Firepower, Frontline and Suppport. It's kinda sad that the game is flying under peoples radar as its one of the best games on your list IMO so please check it out if you have time guys. The f2p version is basically a demo btw, if you like it buy the full version. If you play Overwatch, you will be familiar with it's monetisation scheme. You get all new content (characters, maps or gamemodes) from now until the end of time plus access to ranked with your one purchase. Like Overwatch it also has lootboxes that you get everytime you level up that drop a variety of cosmetics and/or currency. You also get character specific lootboxes if you level up the character enough (your character levels are separate from your overall level in this game) rewarding you for putting time into a character you really like.
"When I mean kinda grindy I mean really grindy" yea really...Tree of Savior was fun when there were actually people IN the servers...found out there's going to be a mobile version though...though I don't like mobile games that use that gamepad style on my screen since it blocks a lot of the screen...
I really liked Shadowverse too, most of the reviews came from the mobile version b4 it came out on Steam. Was happy it came to PC. The card animations on some cards are just great. Heard there was some Granblue Fantasy cards too. All I really want is Mobius to come to Steam to NA now which may happen since it is planned for JPN.
And +1 on top worst F2P MMOs.
The article didn't say MOBA stood for massive, so i'm not sure what you mean. Your definition of MMO isn't universally agreed on. Developers often call their games MMOs when they don't meet YOUR definition. Our definition of MMO is broader than most, but we try to explain our thought process.
+MMOs.com This is from the article you linked me "But in the context of MOBAs massive isn’t used to describe an individual game between players, but the shared server in which everyone plays, or the environment in which players are grouped together. And with 540,000 concurrent players on average each month, Dota 2 seems to qualify as "massive."".
Thing is MOBA doesn't have a word that stands for Massive. So you gone goofed that up. MOBA stands for Multiplayer Online Battle Arena. So no, MOBA's and games like that are not MMOs either (at least the traditional MOBA is not a MMO).
To be a MMO you need to have all three components, Massive Multiplayer Online. Card games, MOBAs, arena shooters, etc are not MMOs because they lack the Massive Multiplayer portion.
Another statement from that article, "And player interaction is a core element of any MMO.". This is also not true, while a MMO most likely does have some form of player interaction, it is not required to, and it is most definitely not a core element. For example in ESO I can play through the entire game and get end game gear without ever talking to another player. Would you say ESO is not a MMO? A MMO does not specifically require player interaction.
I could go on and on, but I won't waste your time. While I respect your opinions and I enjoy your content I feel your definition of MMO is ignorant. Your making up characteristics for the MMO genre. The MMO genre is what it is, Massively Multiplayer Online. If a game does not have all 3 of those characteristics than they are not a MMO.
If you've read this far then thank you. Feel free to disagree with me but explain your rebuttal (why you disagree with me).
Every game in this video is pretty much a completely different genre, too. I realize nowadays "MMO" doesn't just mean MMORPG anymore, but still -- who is coming to a "Top MMOs" video hoping to see a card game or generic military FPS?
Haha boris you a whole new type of fool, you really goin too far cause of the definition of MMO. Put that effort into some other shit than sittin on your computer arguing. Same for the other goons wastin time on this shit. Funny read though
All the games on that list is acceptable excluding Atlas Reactor. Dirty Bomb is not an MMOFPS, it's just an FPS, an MMOFPS would be Planetside 2, or Heroes and Generals. MMO refers to how much people in a room, not how many people is playing the game itself, hence why action RPGs aren't usually considered MMOs.
ToS: Just stopped playing. Bot infested. poor optimized. Bad progression. boring quests. Lots of time to fix but feels abandoned with crap updates.
paladins. Needs scaling rank up and down to pool players, current match making = 10 hours a day 0/4 matches with idiots or 4/0 boring easy wins.
Hero n Generals: p2w garbage. most players are like in planet side 2: the not too talked much about cash paying German community. We talk about China liking p2w, but Germany is a huge p2w culture as well that keeps these west titles up
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