The 20 Best Multiplayer RPGs Of All Time, Ranked

Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact took the world by storm when it released in late 2020 and is still incredibly popular today.  It's easy to see why, as the free-to-play title is still receiving updates on a regular basis, as well as almost-constant special events for both new and returning players.

Mount & Blade: Warband

First released for PC in early 2010, Mount and Blade: Warband is largely starting to show its age.

For the King

For the King is an open-world RPG that features turn-based combat and allows players to team up with two others via online multiplayer

Magicka

It may be almost a decade old at the moment, but there's still a lot of fun to be had with Magica.  The game was developed by a team of eight university students.

 Tales Of Berseria

It is very rare for JRPGs to include multiplayer functionality, as their combat and exploration mechanics are usually structured.  Tales of Burseria: There is evidence that this is possible, although in limited capacity.

 Wasteland 3

Wasteland 3 may be significantly smaller than its predecessor, but it surpasses it in almost every way.  It looks great, has some amazing characters, and gives the player choices that feel both meaningful and impactful.

 Dying Light

There are plenty of multiplayer zombie games out there that are better than Dying Light, but those looking for one that incorporates RPG elements can certainly do much worse.

Gauntlet

The very first Gauntlet game first hit arcades in 1985 and followed through with a string of sequels in the decade that followed.

 Baldur's Gate II: Shadows Of Amn

While the latest Baldur's Gate title may have made a leap into the world of MMORPGs, earlier titles in the series were much more single-player oriented.

Monster Hunter: World

The fifth game in the Monster Hunter mainline series is a step forward in many ways.  It has a more complete co-op multiplayer experience where players can hunt down and defeat monsters.