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Panzar Review

By BwwDtt | 25 March 2020
Average: 4.5 (2 votes)

Panzar is a free-to-play MOBA developed and published by Panzar Studio from Russia.

  • Instanced PvP battles
  • Extensive clan system with exclusive social features
  • Eight different classes with unique skill trees
  • Detailed character customization

Panzar Gameplay

Panzar is a 3D third-person action game. The game takes place in a fantasy world named Panzar surrounded by Chaotic Nether. Once peaceful and full of fantastic creatures, the world now is torn by war after gnomes accidentally found and released imprisoned Mad God Cairax.

In this game, players fight each other using eight sets of weapons or spells of their choice depending on the character's profile. Each race has two classes available. Elves use powerful elemental magic, Orcs rely on their maces and axes, Humans prefer swords, bows and dark magic, and Gnomes stick to complex mechanisms and guns.

After logging in for the first time, you will have to create a unique character. Every account can stock up to 8 heroes, and it's possible to obtain additional character slots. Available classes are Tank, Paladin, Berserk, Cannoneer, Sister of Fire, Ice Witch, Inquisitor and Sapper.

Every new character starts at level 1, and the player has to grind up to level 30. Still, it's not the end of the game: after the cap, you can continue character development, obtain new abilities to customize the character and create your unique style of fighting.

The character's gear certainly plays an essential role in a battle, but in Panzar, it is possible to overcome more powerful foes using a smart strategy and game experience. Every player can use only eight abilities at a time so that players can try different builds in different game modes to maximize the efficiency of their classes.

The game is evolving with every new content pack, and developers creating new game modes focused mostly on PvP battles:

  • Domination is a resource accumulation Battleground with two teams competing for a specific spot on the map. The main objective is to stay on that spot to accumulate the number of points needed to win.
  • King of the Hill is similar to Domination, but the difference is that a team has to capture the base first to start accumulating points needed to win. In this case, their spawn point moves closer to their spawn, and another team would act as attackers. The groups can switch positions multiple times during a single match.
  • Siege takes place on bigger maps. One team is assigned as attackers and another as defenders. Players would contest for multiple bases on the map, and if attackers manage to conquer all of them, their team will win. Still, if defenders keep at least one of the bases until the end, their team would win.
  • Rugby features a game mode similar to a real-life rugby game. Players compete for the powerful artefact or a meteor in the middle of the map. The objective is to carry it to the opposite team's starting point to score a goal. The game lasts until one of the parties scores three goals first.
  • Mechanism is a more complicated version of Domination. Instead of having only one spot for accumulating points, the map has at least several of them, and players would only collect points if there is a mechanism located on the spot. The Mechanism randomly teleports between the places and players must follow it around.
  • Escort assigns a team to defend a specific object moving from point A to point B. The objective of the opposing team is to prevent the group from reaching its destination point.

Even though the core gameplay of Panzar focuses on PvP battles, there is also a PvE mode where players can gather up to fight NPCs. Winning or even participating in both PvP or PvE battles rewards players with experience, resources and gold. All of the benefits can be used to improve a character's gear or to obtain more powerful abilities.

Panzar is suitable both for new players and fans of the genre: it has an active community, in-depth lore and extremely variable gameplay. The basic mechanics are similar to other MMOs, but with unique additions to it.

Panzar System Requirements

Minimum Requirements

  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce 8800
  • CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz
  • File Size: 4 GB
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7

Recommended Requirements

  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics Card: NVidia GeForce 8800 GTX
  • CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz
  • File Size: 4 GB
  • OS: Windows 7