Without seeing more than a few screenshots, you might think that Wildstar is a new IP from the developer of Ratchet & Clank Insomniac Games. It's colorful and cartoony enough to sit along with the same catalog as Spyro, but this is not a free casual MMO, which may be why it did not work as well as expected in sales.
If you like Blizzard games such as World of Warcraft, Wildstar will undoubtedly satisfy your thirst as many of its developers at Carbine Studios came from the beloved studio Activision Blizzard.
While it was not exactly the "next evolution of the modern MMORPG" that Carbine wanted it to be, Wildstar remains a traditional MMO with challenging and unique PvE content that, before being released as a free game title, had a model of Unique subscription based on the player's real progress, along with beautiful stylized graphics.
20. Eve Online
In 2003, the Icelandic developer CCP Games unleashed the world of Eve Online, an immersive and deep "science fiction experience" that would eventually attract the attention of more than 500,000 players. Eve Online does not look like any game in its category, thanks to the wide range of activities in which it participates and its (appropriately) out of the world economy in the game.
Unfortunately, Eve Online's player base has been in decline since 2013. It should come as no surprise that as time goes by, fewer and fewer players are interested in paying a subscription fee for a glorified space simulation with a steep learning. curve. As of the Ascension update, which was launched in November 2016, Eve Online has been free, at least to some extent.
The new system & # 39; alpha clones & # 39; presented on Eve Online is similar to the "unlimited free trial" presented in World of Warcraft. You can still participate with other players in mining, piracy, manufacturing, trading, exploration and combat, but certain skills will be off limits. As long as you do not mind limited access to some of the heaviest ships in the game, Eve Online will not cost a dime.