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The European MMO Games differs from Asian projects not only for the visual style but also for different gameplay experience and attitude to the audience. The western culture influences these projects: they provide high quality in terms of development, game support and interaction with players' feedback during the projects' lifecycle. Most of the MMO projects in Europe feature shooters, MOBAs and various cooperative sandbox games.

Gangs of Space

Indie multiplayer game with RPG elements in sci-fi space setting

Infestation: The New Z

A survival shooter with RPG elements in post-apocalyptic zombie setting

Realm Royale

A battle royale game in setting of Paladins

Post Scriptum

An authentic multiplayer shooter in setting of World War II

King’s Bounty: Legions

A turn-based multiplayer strategy game in fantasy setting

Defiance

A post-apocalyptic multiplayer shooter in sci-fi setting

Deadside

A multiplayer shooter game with survival elements

Will to Live Online

Indie MMORPG-shooter in post-apocalyptic setting

Asheron's Call

Old-school fantasy MMORPG with deep character development system

Krosmaga

A card game by Ankama in the universe of Krosmoz

Fistful of Frags

A western shooter game with diverse game modes

Techwars: Global Conflict

A post-apocalyptic sci-fi action with mechs

Forging Glory

A looter brawler game with deep customization

Hades’ Star

An online strategy game in Sci-Fi space setting

Art of War: Red Tides

A cross-platform sci-fi strategy with MOBA elements

Mushroom Wars 2

A tower-defence MOBA game about mushroom wars

Dungeon Hunter Champions

Hack-and-slash MOBA game in Fantasy setting

AXYOS

Experimental combination of MOBA and MMOFPS

Spellsworn

A magic MOBA game with wizards

Hero Zero

A browser-based casual MMORPG in superhero setting

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Most of the first European MMO Games were shooters and strategy games, such as Quake III Arena and Starcraft. With the growth of the gaming industry, developers began to create sophisticated MMORPGs and MMOFPS games. These games usually supported much longer than others, even on different distribution platforms such as Steam, Origin or Epic Games Store. It allows the companies to release patches daily, and it's possible to update the game with massive expansion sets to keep the community interested.

The rapid development of consoles made it a significant part of the European gaming market, and all of the most famous European MMO Games are available on multiple platforms at the same time. Most of them also feature cross-platform gaming. Still, there are dozens of European indie-studious with creative ideas; they create experimental projects and try new concepts.

Most of European MMO Games are casual-friendly, and they always feature a tutorial to let the players learn the game first. There are regular rewards for playing and logging in, and you can get certain rewards even without being better than other players. Most of the game companies make something unique in their games to enjoy both for casual and hardcore players.

Best European MMO Games

  • Dota 2 is a MOBA project that takes its roots from a famous Warcraft III custom map. Players choose from over a hundred unique heroes to compete in five-on-five battles with the only objective to destroy the opposing team's base.
  • Call of Duty: Warzone is the battle royale version of the infamous shooter with realistic graphics and physics where players jump from a plane to a gigantic map to survive and eliminate their opponents.
  • Fortnite is a third-person shooter that features three different game modes for online cooperative gaming, and it allows players to build various structures and objects to use as a cover or to access usually unreachable spots on the map.