Mortal Online is a sandbox massively multiplayer online roleplaying game. The game is developed and published by independent Swedish game studio Star Vault. In Mortal Online, players explore a medieval fantasy world with a more mature approach than other MMORPGs. There is a level of gore, profanity, and nudity in the presentation of Mortal Online. It is also generally played in the first-person perspective. Mortal Online is built on the Unreal Engine 3. The game was released in June 2010 for the Microsoft Windows platform.
How Many People Play Mortal Online?
We estimate that 1,661 people play per day, with a total player base of 87,417.
- Subscribers: 87,417
- Daily Players: 1,661
- Genres: Action, RPG, Massively Multiplayer, Indie
- Platforms: PC
- Released: 2015-08-31
The Players and Daily login numbers are estimations based on subscriber numbers and online sentiment.
Mortal Online Description
Mortal Online purports to be the Greatest Sandbox MMO. The game has an unlimited free-to-play mode with a skill level cap of 60. Players can choose the monthly subscription to gain the benefit of higher level caps (up to 100), full looting options, access to skills like thievery, and generally to get the full experience of playing Mortal Online.
There are no definite character classes in the game. Instead, Mortal Online has a similar attribute and skill system to the Elder Scrolls franchise. The higher the rating of your abilities are, the better you can perform certain actions and tasks. There are 9 playable races to choose from: Thur, Tindremene, Khurite Veela , Sidoian, Kallard, Sheevra, Sarducaan, Blainn.
Players can craft many items such as weapons, armor, shields, clothing, and consummables. Resources can be gathered and harvested. There are also options to mine ores and tame animals. Exploring and traveling can be perilous, as aside from the environmental hazards, players can attack other players. This includes the housing and other structures. Players that attack other players in Mortal Online will have different flagging levels, which indicate to other players that they can attack them without being flagged as criminals themselves.