Mortal Online 2 has been a highly anticipated game for the hardcore full-loot PvP crowd since it was first announced. It is the sequel to Mortal Online, which was released in 2010. The original Mortal Online was met with mixed reviews, but many people were excited for the potential of a sequel.
So, does Mortal Online 2 live up to the hype? In this Mortal Online 2 review, we will take a look at the good and bad aspects of the game and decide if it is worth playing. Mortal Online 2 is a sandbox MMORPG set in the medieval fantasy world of Nave.
The game has many unique features, including full loot, skill-based character progression, and player-run societies. Mortal Online 2 also has few NPCs and is largely player-driven.
The Mortal Universe revolves around the planet of Nave, which is split into several continents. At launch only the Myrland continent is available.
The game has a skill-based character progression system, which allows players to specialize in any number of different skills. There is also a full loot system, meaning you have to tread carefully around Nave or try to make some friends that can protect you. This can lead to some intense and exciting battles, as players fight to the death for their faction or guild.
Due to Mortal Online 2’s harsh and unforgiving world and systems, it might not be the MMORPG for everyone. The game does do a good job of easing the player into the world and in the tutorial area of Haven, you are free to explore and learn the ropes without the threat of other players attacking you.
As you move on from the tutorial though, it’s a free-for-all. This can be frustrating for new players, who are still struggling to figure out how to play the game. The learning curve and harsh world of MO2 might be its biggest downfall.
However, Mortal Online 2 does have a lot of redeeming qualities. The game is extremely rewarding when you finally figure out how to play it. It has a unique and immersive world that is unlike any other MMORPG on the market. The PvP is also some of the best in the industry once you figure it out, with intense and exciting battles taking place all over Nave. If you are willing to put in the time and effort, Mortal Online is a rewarding and unique MMORPG that is well worth playing.
Mortal Online 2’s graphics are fairly good, with detailed environments and realistic character models. The first-person perspective lets you see the world up close, and makes it easy to immerse yourself in the game.
- Mortal Online has a skill-based character progression system, which allows players to specialize in any number of different skills.
- The open world allows players to have a real impact on the game world.
- The PvP is some of the best in the industry, with intense and exciting battles taking place all over Nave.
- Unique and immersive game world that is unlike any other MMORPG on the market.
- Mortal Online’s learning curve can be frustrating for new players, who are struggling with how to play the game.
- Mortal Online 2 is unforgiving and you can easily lose everything you own if you are not careful. This tend to not foster the healthiest player base.
Is Mortal Online 2 Pay-to-win?
Mortal Online 2 is not a pay-to-win game. It uses a buy-to-play and subscription model. There are no microtransactions that give players an advantage in PvP. The only way to get an advantage in Mortal Online is by playing the game and leveling up your character.
Does Mortal Online 2 have a good population?
Compared to a lot of the more mainstream MMORPGs, Mortal Online’s population is fairly small, with only a few thousand players online at any given time. This is still more than enough to populate the world though and enough to give the developers some troubles at launch, causing them to open more instances of Myrland.
Is Mortal Online 2 Worth Playing?
In our opinion, Mortal Online is worth playing if you are willing to put in the time and effort. The game has a steep learning curve, but it is extremely rewarding when you finally figure out how to play it.
If you enjoy exploring an open world and enjoy PvP, MO2 is at least worth checking out so you can judge it for yourself.
Have you had the time to play Mortal Online 2? Let us know what you think in the comments below.