Oct. 30, 2022

The 11 Biggest MMOs Coming in 2023 and Beyond

Ashes Of Creation

Ashes of Creation is a highly-anticipated MMO by Intrepid Studios, which promises to offer players a truly dynamic world that is constantly evolving based on player actions. 


Corepunk is an isometric cyberpunk MMO that is inspired by ARPGs, strategy games, and MOBAs. It even has fog-of-war.

Chrono Odyssey

Chrono Odyssey was first announced back in 2020 by South Korean studio Npixel. Not much news has been released lately but we will hopefully get some soon.

Into the Echo

The developers have been rather tight-lipped on the title, only  releasing a short teaser and stating that the game will feature time  travel, labeling itself as a “massively multiplayer time-travel  odyssey.” 


Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen is another highly-anticipated MMO that promises a challenging, group-oriented adventure and classic MMO gameplay mechanics. 

Throne and Liberty

Throne and Liberty is a new MMO from NCSoft, the company behind games such as Aion, Blade and Soul, and Lineage 1 and 2.


Palia calls itself a cozy MMO and a community sim, and from the looks of it, it will be very relaxing to play. 


Bellatores aka Project N1 is yet another fantasy MMORPG from Korea. Developed by Nyou, a company mostly known for mobile games. 

ArcheAge 2

Not much info has been released on the sequel but we do know that the  game will return to its roots as a sandbox MMO with extensive player  housing and sailing being among the key features.

Riot MMO

The Riot MMO will be set in  the same setting as League of Legends and Legends of Runeterra, meaning  it already has a huge amount of fans waiting for the game to launch. 


Soulframe is a fantasy MMO that was just recently announced by Digital Extremes, the studio behind the hugely popular Warframe.