Top 14: Best mobile MMORPGs | Android and iOS selection

Top MMORPGs on Android and iOS mobiles

We invite you to discover our TOP 14 of the best Android and iOS mobile MMORPGs. Whether you're a fan of PvP battles or on the contrary prefer explorations and more relaxing atmospheres, you'll find a wide range of games that we've ranked according to our preferences! We'll let you discover all these favourite games and explain why they stand out from their competitors.

What exactly is a mobile MMORPG?

An Android and iOS MMORPG is a game that promotes an online multiplayer experience. To begin with, you will generally have to create your character, who will evolve in a particular universe. There are various moods, ranging from realistic medieval to fantasy, science fiction, steampunk... Beyond its universe and artistic direction, an MMORPG offers many community activities and is based on a clever mix of intensive farming, crafting, exploration, PvE and PVP battles, hundreds of quests and mutual aid between players, sometimes with hierarchies like in guild systems. Some telephone MMORPGs even offer players the opportunity to actively participate in the economy of the virtual world they are exploring.

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The 14 best mobile MMORPGs of the moment

Let's go for our TOP 14 of the best Android and iOS MMORPG games!

#1

Albion Online

Albion Online
Albion Online

The sandbox game Albion Online is the best Android and iOS MMORPG. The mobile version provides exactly the same experience as the PC version and is cross-platform. Here, players and guilds run the world and its economy: all equipment and buildings come from resources collected by real players. You are what you wear: you can become a blacksmith, a farmer or a fighter according to your desires and needs.

This game is the MMORPG par excellence, because it has a very good crafting system, but it also offers quite strategic battles. Wild PvP, GvG, and dungeons will spice up your sessions. To conclude, what sets Albion Online apart from other mobile MMORPGs is that you can explore a living world that evolves according to your actions.

#2

Black Desert Mobile

Black Desert Mobile
Black Desert Mobile

In second place for the best mobile MMORPG, we find a successful PC port mixing tactical combat and management: Black Desert Mobile. In this Korean title, you can go on adventures, build your camp, manage your crops, go fishing or sailing at sea, etc. The avatar creation system is very precise, allowing you to model unique characters despite the gender lock typical of Asian games.

Choose one of the 15 classes available and go fight against various enemies, both player and non-player. The title is quite realistic thanks to its majestic graphics: in this respect, it has clearly not stolen its number 2 spot. Moreover, Black Desert Mobile benefits froma huge community as well as very regular updates. So there's no risk of getting bogged down in it quickly, there's so much to do!

Because of the possibilities it offers with its cross-platform open world, V4 is the third best phone MMORPG. Character customisation is also extensive with 50 editing options. Then choose one of the 6 epic classes to fight other players who have fallen into the Dimensional Rift like you. Then you will join the good or evil faction.

Finally, upgrade your character by acquiring new abilities and interact with other players during hunting parties. V4 also offers the possibility of bringing together up to 300 players on the same battlefield: never before seen on a mobile! What's more, Nexon's title features high quality 3D graphics and animations, so you can fully enjoy this adventure.

Next up is A3: Still Alive, one ofthe gems of the Netmarble studio. Here, you'll have to play as one of the 5 classes available and collect a lot of loot and equipment throughout your adventure. Dark and medieval looking, the world of A3 is full of imposing creatures to take down in real time. A PvP format is also part of the game and even includes a battle royale mode with up to 30 fighters.

As in many mobile MMORPGs, you will be able to create your own guild. This will make it easier for you to conquer territories or face super-powered monsters in raids in order to obtain rewards as a team. Finally, the title benefits from very nice graphics and many varied environments, but for our part, we particularly liked its gameplay, which is rather close to a hack & slash. It's a pity that the auto mode is also present!

#5

Lineage 2: Revolution

Lineage 2: Revolution
Lineage 2: Revolution

First of all, it is important to remember that this MMORPG is the worthy heir of the Lineage licence. Still oriented towards PvP battles, the title benefits from exceptional graphics. Battles are fought in real time. They take place on an open battlefield, whether it's a classic duel or a 50 vs 50. These arenas will require a certain amount of character control and, even though the game offers automatic battles, in PvP they are synonymous with certain defeat!

Like many mobile MMORPGs, you'll have the choice to play as multiple races and classes, join a guild and join forces with other heroes to fight epic bosses in realistic raids.

#6

Forsaken World: Gods&Demons

Forsaken World: Gods&Demons
Forsaken World: Gods&Demons

With its fantasy style, Forsaken World: Gods & Demons plunges us into the vast universe of Grand Mundo, off a world at war. We quickly notice that the title has a very seductive aesthetic reminiscent of the Final Fantasy universe with a touch of steampunk. Quite classic at first glance, this mobile MMORPG then stands out for its class system which allows you to change between different gameplay according to your desires. Of course, the key to making a character powerful is specialisation. So you'll still have to make some choices.

The game is still very pleasant to play through, with its lively environments and its solo and multiplayer dungeons. However, we can reproach it for its automatic gameplay, which is becoming more and more usual in this kind of game, but also for the still recent modification of its economic system, which would unfortunately orient it towards the pay-to-win models.

#7

MapleStory M

MapleStory M
MapleStory M

MapleStory plays above all the retro and nostalgia card. Indeed, with its cute and uncluttered graphics, the title has a certain charm. You still play as an explorer who has to choose between several unique and well-known classes such as Dark Knight, Bow Master, Night Lord, Bishop, Corsair... You can also discover the Shadower, the Hero or the Arch Mage. You can then explore legendary cities such as Henesys, Perion, Kerning City or Elinia and join a guild.

MapleStory will also require you to reveal all your fighting skills in order to raid with up to 10 players, participate in guild battles and defeat bosses with your friends. You can also enjoy the PvP mode through the Monster Carnival arena. In short, with its retro feel and generous content, MapleStory is far from having said its last word!

Presentation MapleStory M
#8

Order & Chaos Online

Order & Chaos Online
Order & Chaos Online

In 8th position, we find Order & Chaos, a classic mobile MMORPG, but with a huge content and which is reminiscent of a certain World of Warcraft. Indeed, in addition to a somewhat old school graphic style, the title is clearly inspired by Blizzard's baby as it pits two factions: Order, composed of elves and humans, against Chaos with its orcs and undead.

Here, there is no question of benefiting from any automatic mode: you are in charge and therefore master of your destiny. However, Order & Chaos stands out by offering the possibility of playing as a truly unique character. As a result, 15,000 skills and 8,000 pieces of equipment await you in the game to explore the world of Haradon in your own way. In addition, over 1,500 quests will keep you busy until you are ready to fight in the legendary dungeons or in PVP.

#9

Dragonicle

Dragonicle
Dragonicle
  • An advanced social system
  • A cute and colourful RPG

If the title reminds you of Genshin ImpactIf the title reminds you of Dragonicle, it's because its gameplay and artistic direction are quite similar to it. Indeed, Dragonicle has sublime and colourful graphics as well as a very dynamic combat mechanic. However, here, you are on a real mobile MMORPG. That is to say that you will meet people, and not just a few! Dragonicle allows you to explore the lands of the Asran world, but also to form pacts with minions. You can also collect cute little animals.

Together with your friends, you can fight and defeat epic bosses. Perhaps you will be able to forge deeper bonds with other players and thus organise your wedding. In short, this title is a nice surprise that will delight MMORPG fans or Genshin fans who are tired of the game's gacha side.

image presentation Dragonicle
#10

RuneScape

RuneScape
RuneScape

RuneScape Mobile was released a short time ago and features the same gameplay and content as the classic version. Originally released on Steam, the title takes us into the world of Gielinor asa war is brewing. Note that the game offers cross-platform compatibility, so you will easily and often come across people as you progress.

In terms of gameplay, RuneScape allows us to master up to 28 different skills. This means that our hero can be played in many different ways and is not limited to fighting hordes of enemies. RuneScape is therefore a rather old school game that will nevertheless delight fans of old MMORPGs with slow game mechanics that are difficult to fully master. Although free, the title also offers a subscription system to unlock even more content.

#11

RPG Toram Online

RPG Toram Online

Following on from the MMORPG Iruna Online, Toram Online has similar mechanics and gameplay but with a modern twist. Create a unique character using the creation tool which offers a multitude of combinations. Fight the way you want by choosing your fighting style, combos and skills. Discover the world of Toram by travelling alone, with friends or NPCs.

Moreover, you can add your friends' avatars as mercenaries to your group. This way, even when you are offline, your friends will fight alongside you. Get new weapons and powerful items or trade them with players around the world. Toram Online also offers various crafting missions as well as the possibility to build your own house, invite your friends and raise pets. In short, the key word in this mobile MMORPG is freedom.

In this colourful game, choose from 15 classes and embark on an adventure! Then set out to find the 6 dragon eggs called Dofus in this infinite universe filled with epic battles. Indeed, Dofus Touch offers you all kinds of raids, dungeon conquests and fights allowing you to increase your abilities. Join a guild, practice a profession and actively participate in the economy of this fantastic open world where many PvE and PvP challenges await you.

A multitude of quests are available to help you reach hero level 200. Remember that the title is based on a tactical combat system at turn-based, which differentiates it from other mobile MMORPGs. The universe is quite similar to that of the PC game, and the companions are funny and engaging. Note however that many bots spoil the game experience and its economy.

#13

Aura Kingdom 2

Aura Kingdom 2
Aura Kingdom 2
  • Bring the popular MMO to mobile
  • Adopt your Eidolon!

Aura Kingdom 2 is a dreamlike MMORPG in which you can wander through the vast imaginary world of Ramayan. Enchanting landscapes, colourful and very successful graphics, cities and stories from the medieval era open their doors to you. The title is geared towards exploration, as your main objective will be to learn about the creatures that inhabit the world in order to complete your encyclopaedia: the Book of Ramayan.

Speaking of creatures, you can also befriend an Eidolon to make it a companion on your adventure. Be careful though, as your exploration will not be without facing the many dangers that will arise before you. Indeed, Aura Kingdom 2 will require you to fight and overcome numerous challenges throughout your journey.

#14

Moonlight Sculptor

Moonlight Sculptor
Moonlight Sculptor
  • Classic MMORPG

Moonlight Sculptor is a classic mobile MMORPG released recently. The title is played almost exclusively in automatic mode and immerses you in a rather pretty and colourful universe. It also stands out for its unique class system. Indeed, you can either choose among the classes offered or create your own by sculpting it.

By doing so, you will mix several skills from different classes, making your character unique. Moonlight Sculptor reveals itself as a good little MMO hobby that, despite its very limited gameplay, offers a story and some interesting game modes. It's worth noting that it's also playable offline, even if that's not really what you're looking for in this kind of game. However, it can still allow you to farm even when your connection is capricious.

That's it, this top of the best Android and iOS MMORPG games is now over. I remind you that all the games proposed here are free and that this list is not exhaustive. By the way, what is the best mobile MMORPG for you? Which one did you like the most and why? Feel free to share your own preferences and experiences with regard to Android and iOS MMORPGs!

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