The Best MMORPG Of 2016; Online Games To Escape Into
2016 has been an amazing year in the world of MMORPG. Many games that have been introduced in the last 12 months and we've ranked them all in this article. We've got 4 of the best massively multiplayer online role-playing game and what makes each of them a big hit in the gaming industry.
Although the game didn't sell as expected by EA games, the game still became one of the best-selling games in the UK in its release week. Many players think the maps were not as good as the first one but its other features make up for it. Moreover, its developers continue to improve the game like a better Burn card system called Boosts and the ability to customize a pilot, exactly the way the player wants it.
'Dark Souls 3'
Now many players might think 'Dark Souls 3' is not entirely a multiplayer game but it has many features that allow different players to interact with each other. From joining fight clubs hosted by other players, invading other gamers, and participating in the PvP arena, all of these make the game so much fun to play. And if that's not enough reason, It has also been reviewed highly by critics like IGN with a 9.5 out of 10 rating and is the fastest-selling game in the history of Bandai Namco.
'Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege'
Ranking at number two is 'Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege'. It was one of the games that didn't really do well in its launch week but slowly improved by constant patches so now its community has grown quite well. Its latest DLC includes more weapon selections, PvP seasons, and new contents so players never get tired of the game.
The number one spot goes to none other than 'Overwatch'. Not only does it have more than 20 million online players, it also won the Best Game of the Year Award. Last May, It is declared to be the third best-selling video game in the country and the bestselling game in June of this year. The game offers smooth gameplay, new heroes to discover and unique game features which are just some of the reasons why its community continues to grow until today.