MMORPG is short for Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game. We are a dedicated team of game developers that created a title where we know what the players want, and so we’re reacting to their feedback instead of trying to churn out game content any way we feel like. This means not only introducing new content regularly but also improving existing systems.
Our game is populated with original stories, unforgettable characters, and a fair amount of humor that you can’t find in most hardcore RPGs on the market!
Instead, it is a title that has a responsible producer – that is, one who knows the needs of its players and develops its product in the direction that the community wants. So not only adding regular content but also improving existing systems.
Which MMORPG deserves such a name?
Final Fantasy XIV collected almost 24% of all your votes. The famous fourteen meet all these criteria, and it’s hard to disagree with them. We can’t say a bad word about Square Enix. FFXIV has made tremendous progress over the last few years and has become one of the leaders in our genre.
Thanks to the charismatic leader, great addons, regular updates, excellent Support, no hacks on servers, a mature community, and over a million subscribers.
Second for a surprise – World of Warcraft (14.52%) and third for Albion Online (12.86%), which was my personal choice. Who is who, but Albion is run masterfully – each new update is precisely what this production needs. Solo content is missing – we are adding solo, there are no improvements to PvP – we are getting PvP improvements, weapons need to rework – weapons get a rework, etc.
In other places:
Elder Scrolls Online – 11,4%
Lost Ark – 11,2%
EVE Online – 9,9%
Guild Wars 2 – 9,1%
RuneScape – 4%
Black Desert – 3%