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Myr’Nora Is An Upcoming MMORPG Inspired by Everquest That Aim To Bring The RPG Back To MMORPG

Myr’Nora Is An Upcoming MMORPG Inspired by Everquest That Aim To Bring The RPG Back To MMORPG

Stormbreach has announced their first title after starting up last year. Myr’Nora, a fantasy world inspired by the MMORPG classic Everquest has been 22 years in the making.

Its creator Daniel Montes began working on the setting for the game after playing the original EQ in high school.

Myr’Nora seeks to bring back more roleplaying elements to the MMORPG genre.

Limited by the technology of the late 90s, a lot of features within the genre were stripped away one by one. Removing much of what made the genre so great in the first place. The genre slipped into a whirlpool of copy/paste content and went further and further away from the main focus of the genre, to give the player a role-playing experience. Stormbreach was founded on the principles of creating a TRUE RPG experience, in an MMO.

“We want to take the genre in the direction in should’ve went years ago” says Daniel Montes, the developer behind Myr’Nora who wants to use modern technology to revive the genre.

Some key elements of Myr’Nora will be:

  • No fast travel
  • No mini-maps, only an in-game cartography tool to make your own way.
  • No quest-markers, using your in-game journal you must make your own quests, explore, and investigate.
  • Mounts will be bred, raised, and trained by players.
  • Crafters will be important as the economy will be mostly player driven

A peek into the lore, races, and classes of Myr’Nora, along with concept and 3D artwork can be found on the official Stormbreach website.