Release: Sep 2015
Reviewed on: PC
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Offering a hardcore sandbox experience Mortal Online is not a game for the faint-hearted player. Set in a deep medieval fantasy realm the struggle of life in Mortal Online is a real challenge for even MMO veterans.
Your game starts in Mortal Online in a similar manner to other MMO titles with you carving your own character out of stone with visual customisation, race and stats at centre stage. With your character foundation established you’ll embark into the world where both PvE and PvP focused players stand side by side.
With your story started Mortal Online will take you through the basics you’ll need to survive and carve out your own niche in the game world. Be it a combat focused champion, a powerful caster, a respected crafted or master of trade in true sandbox fashion Mortal Online lets you pursue all of these skills which level up separately.
You’ve got the likes of mining, woodcutting, taming, potion making, gathering, armour crafting, cooking and everything in between for an insane number of skills to develop during your second life.
You’ll need to employ all of these to some degree (or trade with other players to cover your weaknesses) as death is your greatest enemy in Mortal Online with full loot in play from day one where your death will result in everything be lost from your character. This makes grouping with other players more important than ever before and assisted with the usual likes of guilds but taken further with player made houses and cities for players to siege and defend.
With the insanely large breadth of skills the player driven world of Mortal Online offers an entire world of opportunity, particularly for those that enjoy a PvP experience on the hardcore end.
- A player driven game environment waiting to be explored.
- Master a large number of skills for PvE and PvP.
- Swing your weapons in realistic fashion.
- Join a guild as you defend your fortress.
- A hardcore experience with full loot lost on death mechanics.