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D&D MMO Games

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Most likely, all of the board game fans at least once dreamed about a computer version of their favourite game. Some of the video game developers brought this dream to life, taking as a basis the mechanics and systems of one of the most famous and popular board RPGs ever made, called Dungeons and Dragons. The D&D MMO Games don't recreate their source completely, but often take the plot, races and characters from it. Unfortunately, not all mechanics can be accurately transferred from the original, so that D&D RPGs are rather closer to projects based on the universe than to a computer analogue.

Neverwinter

Neverwinter is a free-to-play MMORPG based on Dungeons and Dragons setting.

Saga of Lucimia

A fantasy sandbox MMORPG with classless character development

Dungeons & Dragons Online

A hardcore roleplaying MMO in D&D fantasy setting.

Realms of Despair

Realms of Despair is an active classic text-based MMORPG, developed by Derek Snider in 1994.

Screenshot from D&D MMO Game Newerwinter Online

More About D&D MMO Games

The D&D MMO Games rightfully defined as one of the best RPGs, because their gameplay is based on the most popular roleplaying board game. The heritage of Dragons and Dragons noticeably fade in comparison with the original, but the roleplaying system of these projects is one of the best of all MMOs. In D&D MMORPGs players can choose out of the dozens of playable races, each one with the unique history and destiny in this fantasy world, visit the cities from the original game, meet the famous characters, and influence on the course of the historical events.

The main feature of all D&D MMO Games is roleplay. All of these games provide an opportunity to create a unique character, write a story of its background, life beliefs, and follow this pattern not only during the gameplay but also when you communicate with other players. It's an immersive and enjoyable feature because you can meet hundreds of exciting persons in the game, talk to them, learn their "story" and unite to play together. Several projects of this genre provide an opportunity to create a player-generated content, which allows you to create your quests and locations. It makes the gameplay much more comprehensive because you can try out the new experiences and share it with your in-game friends immediately, or even try the role of game master and create your competition to entertain other players.

Best D&D MMO Games

  • Neverwinter is one of the most popular D&D MMO games. The events of this game are happening in the city of Neverwinter, which is struck by the mystical disease, and your goal is to figure out what happened here. Also, this game is one that provides the most complex roleplay and amazing player-generated content system.
  • Dungeons and Dragons Online is a classic of the D&D MMORPG. It's a hardcore roleplaying game, featuring the individual lore and story.
  • Dark Alliance is a brand new D&D action MMORPG, which is under development at the moment. It's an 'heir' of famous Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance.