Skyforge

Added March 25, 2014  

Added Under ACTION, MMORPG | International | Open Beta: July 16, 2015
# PC
Skyforge
GameTags: my.com, allods team, obsidian entertainment, instance-based, sci-fi, fantasy, action rpg

Info: Skyforge is a sci-fi fantasy MMORPG developed by Allods Team. Featuring dynamic action-based combat inspired by console action games, players play as immortal warriors that later develop into powerful gods as they progress through the game.

Key Features:
• Become a God
Skyforge gives players the opportunity to walk the hero’s path – from new born immortal, to mighty champion, to becoming a god themselves capable of standing toe to toe with other major gods.

• Spectacular Combat
Visually stunning and highly visceral action-combat with a unique open class system and limitless character development.

• Defend the World from Invaders
Fight and gain power to protect the world under constant threat of attack. Immediately jump into the action with countless gameplay options – solo and group PvE, PvP, free exploration and monsters killing, fighting the ruthless armies of invading Gods.

• A Truly “Massive” MMORPG
One world fighting together. With millions of players on one server, a tightly integrated social network and an information portal, Skyforge brings all players together inside and outside of the game.

Model: F2P
Status: Open Beta [ July 16, 2015 ]
Subgenre: Action RPG
Estimated Download: n/a

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Version: International
Developer: Allods Team, Obsidian Entertainment
Publisher: My.com
Release Date(s): Closed Beta – March 11, 2015 | Open Beta – July 16, 2015 | Launch – n/a
Language(s): English
Platform(s): PC
System Requirements: n/a

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Rating: 3.5/5 (10 votes cast)
Overall Score
3.5
out of 5


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  • Novacrash

    It’s not open-world

    • Khai

      What’s so amazing about open-world? First of all is it takes so much of your computer memory that causes lag and what you must be looking for is the gameplay and features.

      • Novacrash

        Uh, MMOfront claimed it was open-world, but I see they have changed the tag to instanced-based now.
        You’re right about gameplay and features, but it’s a individual matter of subjective opinion what people prefer in gaming. I prefer open-world MMO games because it’s way more immersive, and I personally hate loading screens all the time. Not to mention I have a 5 year old PC who actually run most of my open-world games pretty smoothly..

  • disqus_jjLBRsHkwD

    Great game! You all should try this MMO~ 😀

  • Heyo

    After the first few days, the game becomes VERY grindy.

  • Sardeth Wynn

    After playing this for a few weeks. There are a few problems that conflict with my play style.
    1> Prestige: it is real easy to up your prestige to get into areas that you will not do enough damage. Now add in the fact that because your prestige is so high you can’t scale the instances down to the level you can handle and still receive rewards for the instance.
    2> Boss Camping: The Second Open instance is named Isola Digs, expect to see people with 12k and up Prestige camping on these low level bosses and killing them with a glance before you can get a shot off and then expect to ask over and over to please let them allow you to hit the boss because you need to kill him for your quest. These bosses drop class sparks which open your abilities up and because its an easy kill expect long lines.
    3> Dungeon instances: Expect to to be disconnected due to inactivity because you are waiting in Cue. Expect to spend hours waiting for cue ups of your Prestige Level. Expect everyone to assume you have read up, watched videos and know exactly what to do.

    4> Skill Glitches: So you got it locked in your sights by pressing F, you active you uber rush skill and all of a sudden you are going the wrong way slamming into another mob while you were still dealing with the first.
    5> Time Sink: When a game becomes grind and play becomes mechanical, “It’s a Job, not a game”

    • nope soup

      What mmos would you consider to ‘not be grindy’?

      I have very little experience with mmos (only played Runescape a decade ago, but quite because it was too grindy. felt like a chore/job to play it).

      Currently looking for a mmos to play, any suggestings?

      Thanks bro.