Best MMORPG 2017

Welcome to the best MMORPG 2017 games list. Here is an easy-to-use resource that lists the most popular and highly anticipated massively multiplayer online roleplaying games (MMORPGs) of the year.

There’s really nothing quite like playing a great MMORPG with a friendly and active community, is there? The thing is, with so many new games, it’s hard to find time to play them all. That’s why we have done your homework for you and found the ones that are a must try for 2017. This list will be updated throughout the year as new games are released.

We feel that listing the games by category is more useful than the usual “top ten” format so please check out the table of contents below to find the right type of MMORPG you are looking for.

Best MMORPG 2017 List: Table of Contents

Best Free to Play MMORPG 2017

It’s not 2017 yet so this list is just a teaser for now.

Dragon Blood

Dragon Blood is at the top of this list simply because it is immensely enjoyable. This kind of game is for those who want to have fun with cool characters in a gorgeous fantasy world — and for free. It’s browser-based but in full screen mode with graphics on high, it looks as good as many client-based games.

Top Dragon Blood features:

  • free to play
  • needs less than 3 minutes to start since it plays on a browser
  • fun, epic story
  • excellent graphics
  • beautiful yet deadly characters
  • large player base with plenty of social options

Link: Dragon Blood official website


Probably the most obvious choice for this top list is TERA since it’s one of the most popular MMO games in the world today. It’s a fast-paced action MMORPG with awesome graphics, robust PvE and PvP content, crafting, trading, and lots of cool classes such as Berserker, Reaper, Mystic, etc. Also of special note is its excellent action combat system that has gotten rave reviews. If combat is important to you then give TERA a try. It also has a friendly community.

Link: TERA official website (signup page with free Dragonette pet)


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