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Florensia Review

By BwwDtt | 03 September 2020
Average: 7.8 (12 votes)

Florensia is a free-to-play MMORPG developed by AHA Entertainment and Giiku Games.

  • Dual Combat
  • Numerous Environments
  • In-depth Ship Customization
  • Multiple Classes

Florensia Gameplay

Florensia features an immersive 3D anime-styled universe that contains mysterious islands, large continents, the great ocean, dungeons, and other locations full of strange monsters and dangerous enemies. The game is free-to-play, and the players can freely explore the world to develop their characters and meet new friends to take on challenging activities and raid bosses. You can also experience the immersive storyline along with the adventures, and numerous epic quests have unique rewards for the best players.

Florensia offers the players to create a unique character, and they can choose from four different classes, which have a variety of abilities and passive perks. Each class can use several available weapons, and the heroes have diverse roles in combat. For example, the Explorer is a ranged class that uses various guns to eliminate the opponents as fast as possible. The other archetypes represent other archetypes, which are tanks, healers and damage dealers. Florensia also allows you to customize the visual outlook of your character and choose the gender of it.

This MMORPG provides the players with the immersive progression system, and the players can receive experience points by completing missions and killing enemies to increase their level and obtain better skills and perks. Various quests require the players to hunt for a specific type of creatures, to gather unique items or to explore different areas to complete. The pace of combat is relatively slow, and you cannot cancel the animations or skills; however, that allows the players to approach fights strategically and carefully choose an ability to use to outplay the opponents. Florensia features a wide range of available skills, and each class has several different skill trees. The players can level up and gain skill points, but reallocating them requires them to spend the in-game currency.

The game introduces a unique crafting system, and the players may construct their ships to travel across the ocean and discover new locations. The players have to gather the required resources to build one, and you can also customize it with various upgrades, such as cannons, sails and others. The sailing system allows you to engage in combat with other ships, monsters and different sea creatures, and the wind mechanics requires the players to control the boat to sail as quickly as possible continuously.

Florensia features the massive open world for the players, and the game provides them with high-resolution textures and a decent-looking environment and character models. Everything is colourful, and the outlook of most characters is influenced by anime and looks as kawaii as possible. The game world includes numerous caves, mountains, lakes and other features for the players to explore. You can group up with others to take on more powerful opponents, as well as participating in various player-versus-player activities both on land and using your ship. There are multiple mechanics to practice, and that makes the gameplay diverse and immersive. Florensia fits both casual and hardcore players because of the unique combination of simplicity and strategical combat elements, and the massive game world provides them with numerous questlines, challenges and other activities.

Florensia System Requirements

Minimum Requirements

  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics Card: A graphic card thats supports at least DirectX 9 or better
  • CPU: Pentium 4 1.3GHz
  • File Size: 4 GB
  • OS: Windows XP or Higher

Recommended Requirements

  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics Card: A graphic card thats supports at least DirectX 9 or better
  • CPU: Pentium 4 2,4 GHz
  • File Size: 4 GB
  • OS: Windows XP or Higher