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Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Massively Multiplayer, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
93% 33,830 votes
87% 145,464 votes
86% 60,077 votes
86% 36,871 votes
88% 3,565 votes
82% 119,126 votes
82% 171,568 votes
97% 34 votes
82% 10,915 votes
97% 31 votes
94% 49 votes
96% 26 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Massively Multiplayer is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Massively Multiplayer, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Action 60%
  2. Multiplayer 51%
  3. Indie 46%
  4. Free to Play 44%
  5. RPG 42%
  6. Adventure 38%
  7. PvP 36%
  8. Strategy 32%
  9. Casual 32%
  10. Early Access 28%
  11. Simulation 26%
  12. Open World 23%
  13. MMORPG 22%
  14. Co-op 20%
  15. 3D 19%
  16. Shooter 18%
  17. Online Co-Op 17%
  18. Singleplayer 16%
  19. Survival 16%

The Massively Multiplayer tag refers to a genre of video games that enable a large number of players to interact with each other simultaneously in a persistent online world. These games typically feature vast, open-ended environments where players can explore, quest, and engage in various activities alongside thousands or even millions of other players.

The defining characteristics of massively multiplayer games are:

  • Persistent World Massively multiplayer games create virtual worlds that continue to exist and evolve, whether players are online or not. This means that the game world is constantly changing due to player interactions and ongoing updates from the developers.
  • Large Number of Players These games support a significant number of concurrent players within the same game instance or server. This distinguishes them from other multiplayer experiences that typically involve only a limited number of participants.
  • Social Interaction Massively multiplayer games encourage socialization between players through features such as chat systems, guilds/clans, trading systems, player-run economies, and cooperative gameplay. Many of these games provide opportunities for collaboration on quests or challenges as well as competitive PvP (Player versus Player) encounters.
  • Character Progression Players often have the ability to create their own characters and develop them over time through leveling up, acquiring new abilities or equipment, completing quests or achievements. This sense of progression provides long-term goals and motivates continued play.

Examples of popular massively multiplayer titles include:

  • World of Warcraft Blizzard Entertainment's long-running and highly successful MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game) set in the fantasy world of Azeroth.
  • Final Fantasy XIV The MMO installment of the iconic Final Fantasy series, featuring a rich story, diverse classes/jobs, and cooperative raid encounters.
  • EVE Online A space-based sandbox MMO renowned for its player-driven economy, politics, and epic battles involving thousands of players within a single universe.

Massively multiplayer games provide players with a vast online playground to explore, create experiences together, and immerse themselves in virtual communities. The scale of these games fosters a sense of shared adventure, collaboration or competition among players from all around the world.

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