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The best mobile MMORPGs – top mobile MMOs on Android and iOS

The demand for good MMO games for mobile devices has been increasing rapidly over the past few years. A big reason for their rise in popularity is because of the impressive hardware in modern phones and tablets, developers can now create large and immersive console-like games on mobile.

And while gamer-oriented phones like the Asus ROG Phone 5 can be pretty impressive, any modern phone from any brand and in any price range is technically good enough to handle some epic MMO gaming.

The best mobile MMORPGs

I don’t want to go with you in this. I know Genshin Impact is not massively multiplayer, but it still has many features that the general public would love. There are daily quests, challenging dungeons, maps full of collectibles, gear to grind and characters to unlock. It’s also worth checking out to see if you like the style.

1. Lineage 2: Revolution

Based on the PC MMO Lineage 2, the sheer scale of this title really sets it apart. Its open-world combat mode allows up to 200 players to fight in real time, while there are also 20 vs 20 and 50 vs 50 competitive gaming modes.

While exploring the vast world, players can also assemble large teams to raid bosses. If you’re playing with your friends or find someone you like online, you can also create clans and guilds to make grouping and raiding easier.

You can choose from many different character classes and races such as humans, elfs and dwarves. The game is also powered by Unreal Engine 4, so if you like beautiful visuals, you won’t be disappointed.

2. AdventureQuest 3D

If you’re looking for an MMO RPG that you can enjoy with all your friends, definitely give AdventureQuest 3D a try. The game offers cross-platform support between Android, iOS, and PC, which means you can team up with anyone, whether they’re using a phone, tablet, or computer.

Funny thing is, AdventureQuest 3D actually started out as a 2D Flash web game, but this new take on the classic title redefines it in 3D. The graphics remind us a bit of World of Warcraft, but with a cartoonish lean. The title has everything you’d expect to find in a proper MMO – quests, raids, social features, and PvP battles.

3. World of Kings

World of Warcraft may not be for mobile, but World of Kings is a great option. Thanks to its vast open world with epic dungeons, and support for up to 25 players fighting simultaneously against a variety of powerful enemies, this is a highly addictive MMO RPG.

The game features full-fledged RPG elements and enjoyable graphics, intuitive mobile-friendly controls, and a variety of races and classes, even pets.

4. Arcane Legends

Mysterious Legends has been around for a while, yet still has an active and loyal community of players. This fantasy action MMO RPG offers dungeon-crawling adventures, epic bosses, lots of loot, and allows players to join guilds.

You can also collect and develop your own in-game pets, play PvP against other gamers, or play together in co-op mode. Arcane Legends is also one of the easier games on this list to play, which means you should be able to enjoy it even on a low-budget tablet.

5. Black Desert Mobile

The Black Desert may come as a surprise to some, but not to many. Created by Pearl Abyss, Black Desert Mobile is a sandbox MMORPG featuring castle siege, trading, crafting, player housing, animal husbandry, fishing, cooking, carpentry, parkour and much more.

It’s a port from its PC predecessor, and the story is unchanged, but most importantly, the combat system is also unchanged, making Black Desert Mobile a top choice for a mobile MMO.

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