April 19, 2023

The 12 MMOs With The Best Economies in 2023

12. Ragnarok Online

Players  can buy, sell, and trade items with each other through direct  player-to-player trading or through the use of “Vending” skill.

11. EverQuest

The Bazaar facilitates the exchange of goods and services, enabling players to find rare items, crafted equipment, and more. 

10. World of Warcraft

The game’s economy is built on a solid foundation of currency, crafting,  and trading systems, which have evolved over the years through various  expansions and updates. 

9. Final Fantasy XIV

In Final Fantasy XIV, players use Gil as the primary form of currency, which can be earned through numerous activities.

8. Guild Wars 2

GW2 offers a robust trading post system and an active player economy. Its emphasis on exploration and discovery adds to the thrill of finding resources and crafting materials. 

7. The Elder Scrolls Online

Unlike some MMOs that feature a centralized trading hub, The Elder  Scrolls Online uses a decentralized trading system through Guild  Traders. 

6. Black Desert Online

In Black Desert Online, Silver is the lifeblood of the economy and plays a crucial role in character progression. 

5. ArcheAge

ArcheAge features a dynamic economy where players can engage in trade runs, crafting, and resource gathering. 

4. New World

Its regional marketplace system adds a layer of strategy to trading,  while the game’s emphasis on PvP can create both opportunities and  challenges for traders. 

3. Star Wars Galaxies: Legends

The game features a player-driven marketplace, where players can buy, sell, and trade items with one another.  

2. Albion Online

Albion Online uses a localized marketplace system. The game world is  divided into different cities and regions, each with its marketplace.  

1. EVE Online

Its player-driven market, intricate crafting system, and emphasis on risk-versus-reward gameplay make it a top choice for traders looking to test their skills in a virtual marketplace.