Best MMORPGs on PS4 That You Can Play Right Now
The Elder Scrolls Online
Originally released exclusively for PC, The Elder Scrolls Online eventually came to PS4, at which time it shifted to a buy-to-play model.
If you’re eagerly awaiting the release of The Elder Scrolls VI and have yet to try out The Elder Scrolls Online, you may want to give it a shot. It’s a fully-fledged entry into the Elder Scrolls series, only now you can experience it alongside a friend or two.
The Elder Scrolls Online stands out from the rest, being an MMORPG that can be played entirely in first-person and is built with the perspective in mind.
Players who have lost hours of their life to previous Elder Scrolls entries will feel right at home with The Elder Scrolls Online. There’s certainly enough quests to complete and skills to level up to sap away hundreds of hours or more. Or you can just jump in to experience the story and jump out again.
TERA is a free-to-play MMORPG with practically no restrictions to content or level. Players can purchase an “Elite” membership to level up faster and receive more loot if they so wish, but players who don’t can still bask in this MMORPG to their heart’s content.
TERA is an MMORPG that will resonate most with fans of action RPGs, thanks to its real-time action combat system. Players aren’t required to manually select individual targets; they can just jump in and start wailing on their enemies.
The game was built with controllers in mind, so PS4 players won’t be at a disadvantage.
Dungeons & Dragons is a fantastic game, but your imagination can have its limits. Sometimes, you just want to see the flamboyancy of your character and the ferocity of your foes right before your eyes. That’s where Neverwinter comes in.
Neverwinter is an MMORPG set in the Dungeons & Dragons universe. The game allows you to role any type of character that you can in the tabletop RPG.
In Neverwinter, you can take on some of the already established campaigns, such as the recently-released Ravenloft. Budding DMs can even create their own locations and campaigns, just like the real Dungeons & Dragons.