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

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
97% 34 votes
82% 61 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with MMORPG 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 MMORPG, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. RPG 87%
  2. Massively Multiplayer 67%
  3. Adventure 55%
  4. Action 50%
  5. PvP 44%
  6. Multiplayer 43%
  7. Open World 43%
  8. Fantasy 40%
  9. Free to Play 38%
  10. 3D 29%
  11. Character Customization 28%
  12. Action RPG 27%
  13. PvE 26%
  14. Third Person 24%
  15. Early Access 23%
  16. Exploration 22%
  17. Casual 21%
  18. Strategy 21%
  19. Indie 21%
  20. 2D 20%
  21. Co-op 18%
  22. Online Co-Op 18%
  23. Sandbox 17%
  24. Crafting 17%
  25. Action-Adventure 17%
  26. Simulation 16%
  27. Anime 16%

The MMORPG tag stands for Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game. It is a genre of video games that combines elements of traditional role-playing games with a large online multiplayer component. MMORPGs are known for their vast and persistent game worlds, where players interact with each other and the environment in real-time.

In an MMORPG, players create their own custom characters to embark on adventures within the game world. They can often choose from various races, classes, and abilities to tailor their gameplay experience. The immersive nature of these games involves exploring diverse landscapes, completing quests, engaging in combat encounters with non-player characters (NPCs) or other players, and progressing through levels to unlock new skills and equipment.

The key characteristics of MMORPGs include:

  • Persistence MMORPGs feature persistent game worlds that continue to evolve even when players are offline. This means that changes made by individual players or by the developers have a lasting impact on the game world, allowing for ongoing exploration and discovery.
  • Large-scale multiplayer interactions As the name suggests, MMORPGs enable thousands of players to connect online simultaneously. Players can form groups or guilds to tackle more challenging content together, participate in player-vs-player combat (PvP), trade items or resources, socialize in virtual communities, organize events or raids for epic battles against powerful foes.
  • Character progression In order to provide a sense of achievement and advancement over time, MMORPGs typically employ an experience-based leveling system where characters gain strength as they earn experience points by completing tasks and defeating enemies. This can include acquiring new abilities, improving equipment, or unlocking access to new areas within the game world.

Some well-known MMORPG titles include:

  • World of Warcraft Developed by Blizzard Entertainment, it is one of the most iconic and influential MMORPGs. Set in the high-fantasy world of Azeroth, players can choose from various races and classes as they heroically battle against powerful enemies and participate in intricate storylines.
  • The Elder Scrolls Online Based on the popular single-player RPG franchise, this MMORPG allows players to explore the vast continent of Tamriel in a persistent online environment. With rich lore and deep customization, players can complete quests solo or team up with others to conquer challenges together.
  • Final Fantasy XIV From Square Enix's long-running Final Fantasy series, this MMORPG offers a stunningly detailed world called Eorzea where adventurers delve into an epic storyline filled with memorable characters, challenging dungeons, and large-scale battles.

Overall, MMORPGs provide an expansive virtual realm where players can embark on epic adventures while interacting with other gamers from around the globe.

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