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Some MMO Games put the main focus on the storyline, which takes the players to different locations and brings unique challenges as a part of the long, meaningful journey. Completing it along with all the side quests and activities can be challenging, and it attracts a lot of players into the genre. A well-written plot always makes games much more enjoyable to explore and play alone or with friends, so that Story-Driven MMO games are prevalent.

Digimon Masters Online

Free-to-play MMORPG in setting of anime series Digimon

Shakes and Fidget

Satire role-playing game in fantasy setting

Twin Saga

Action fantasy MMORPG in anime style

School of Dragons

Fantasy MMORPG in setting of "How to Train your Dragon" series

AdventureQuest 3D

Multi-platform fantasy MMORPG in medieval setting

Champions Online

Open-world MMORPG in superhero setting

Atlas

Survival multiplayer game in the pirate setting

Temtem

Massively multiplayer creature-collection adventure game

VEGA Conflict

Sci-fi space strategy with cross-platform multiplayer

Sea of Thieves

Open-world multiplayer game in the pirate setting

Dragonlord Chronicles

Cross-platform fantasy MMORPG featuring dragons and magic

Millidor

An online multiplayer strategy game in fantasy setting

Asherons Call 2

The continuation of the fantasy MMORPG Asheron's Call

Continent of the Ninth Seal

An old-school Korean action MMORPG in fantasy setting

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

Will to Live Online

Indie MMORPG-shooter in post-apocalyptic setting

Asheron's Call

Old-school fantasy MMORPG with deep character development system

Granado Espada
A multiplayer role-playing game in an unusual historical setting

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The exciting plot always keeps bringing back the players to find out what happens until they complete the storyline. The cooperative mode adds more depth into Story-Driven MMO Games because it allows going on a journey together with friends, it also adds more diversity to the gameplay. Players get more loot, and they can trade it, enemies become more durable, which makes the game more challenging and fun, and players can interact with each other to improve their experience even further.

However, Story-Driven MMO Games do not end after their storyline ends. There are various difficulty levels, which offer different features to explore and change the game drastically. Every difficulty adds something new to create new challenges and strategies. Worldwide servers and scoreboards allow challenging other players in duels and meeting new friends to explore the game on a new difficulty. You can trade rare items for in-game currency to purchase something else and become more and more powerful.

The developers regularly add new content that features new challenges for experienced players, and that may completely revamp the original experience, so it makes it enjoyable to play through the storyline again and again. Some Story-Driven MMO Games have in-depth lore to explore, which often connects to various books, other games and even movies. That directly affects the community, making it massive and bringing all the fans of the universe to play together; therefore, the product lives much longer.

Best Story-Driven MMO Games

  • Borderlands games are MMOFPS that focus on the main story for the players to complete in a cooperative mode with various challenges on the side.
  • Diablo III is an action MMORPG which only consists of a few chapters, which players have to fight through together with friends to find out how the story ends and to get the best loot possible.
  • World of Warcraft is an MMORPG that focuses on massive lore of Warcraft Universe, which consists of many books and other games. All characters have their own stories, and nothing happens without a vast amount of story quests and cinematics.