Devolped and published by Perfect World Entertainment, Forsaken World is a fantasy massively multiplayer online roleplaying game. Also known as Forsaken World: War of Shadows, the game was released on March 2011 and a global release in December 2012. Forsaken World is available for the Microsoft Windows OS and can be played through the ArcGames launcher.
How Many People Play Forsaken World?
We estimate the daily player count of Forsaken World to be 1,068, with a total player base of 16,056.
- Subscribers: 16,056
- Daily Players: 1,068
- Genres: RPG, Massively Multiplayer
- Platforms: PC
- Released: 2011-03-09
The Players and Daily login numbers are estimations based on subscriber numbers and online sentiment.
Forsaken World Description
Forsaken World is an MMORPG set in the world of Eyrda. Created by the two great gods Dyos and Nyos, heroes are tasked to battle Dysil and find the Godly Essences. These Godly Essences will be crucial in pushing back against the dark forces and defeateing them once and for all time.
Players in Forsaken World choose a Race and a Class, some are unique to the game. Race choices include the Dwarves, Elves, Humans, Kindred, Lycan, and Stonemen. Meanwhile, the classes in Forsaken World include the Assassin, Bard, Mage, Marksman, Priest, Protector, Vampire, and Warrior. Race choice will also dictate the available classes for play. For example, a member of the Kindred can choose either the Assassin, Mage, or Vampire classes.
In addition to classes, player characters can acquire Occupations. The Occupations in Forsaken World include the Adventurer, Alchemist, Arcanist, Armorsmith, Astrologist, Bladesmith, Botanist, Collector, Merchant, Socialite, and Tamer. Occupations provide bonuses as well as the ability to craft or gather resources.
Players in Forsaken World can train pets starting at level 10, as well as participate in Mounted Combat. There are bestial, mechanical, and monstrous type mounts that can be acquired, as well as mounts that have different strengths depending on whether they are air, land, or sea based.