Another Top 10 Games That Are Free To Play

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Another Top 10 Games that are Free to Play

You don’t have to look too hard to enjoy quality content for free. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for Another Top 10 Games That Are Free to Play.

For this list, we’ll be taking a look at those games that we just can’t stop playing. While a lot of games are taking advantage of the freemium model, you can still find plenty of ones that are enjoyable without paying a dime, as well as have a lot of content to keep you busy. Oh, and if your favorite game isn’t on this list, be sure to check out the original Top 10 Games that are Free to Play list.

#10: “RuneScape” (2001)

RuneScape’s been out for a long time. In fact, it’s currently on the third version, or reboot. It’s hard to find an MMORPG player who hasn’t at least tried the game. There’s been years and years of content added, and the fact that it isn’t trying to compete with other games in the looks department means pretty much any computer can handle it. It’s fun, simple and addictive. Oh, and while you can download the game, it’s completely playable in your browser, reducing the hassle of an installation. With almost 250 million accounts created, they’re definitely doing something right.

#9: “Let It Die” (2016)

Free to play MMORPG’s or competitive shooters are easy to come by, but a free to play Triple A quality singleplayer game is another thing. Featuring a Souls-Like combat system with rogue-like progression, combine it all with a quirky aesthetic similar to Suda51’s previous titles and this is the result. Although it is free, you can opt to pay for some conveniences such as extra storage space and a more convenient way of re-spawning, but they’re hardly detrimental to the free to play experience. With a mysterious story, grand boss fights and a ton of gore, Let it Die is a blast to play.

#8: “WildStar” (2014)

A beautiful blend of science fiction and fantasy. The game has a unique art style, and the world is deep and fun to explore. Combat is fluid, and the post-game content shines. Customization plays a big part in the game, in that you have a lot of player housing options as well as cosmetic appearances, meaning that you’re probably not going to see the same look twice. Crafting is deep and employs a rewarding trial-and-error experience, and all the classes feel balanced, so you’re not going to accidently select a class that you later find out sucks.

#7: “Killer Instinct” (2013)

A free launch title on the Xbox One meant a lot of people would be playing, and they quickly realized that this was an enjoyable fighter that had them reminiscing of the times they played the original Killer Instinct. Now with updated visuals and gameplay, you can enjoy the game with a single character, which rotates on a regular basis. The fighting mechanics are robust, and the characters are balanced, and the fact the playable character changes regularly means the experience won’t get stale, and players can most definitely enjoy the game without paying anything.

#6: “Paragon” (2016) (Beta)

Paragon is Epic Games’ take on a MOBA, and it knows gamers aren’t a fan of microtransactions, so players who don’t spend money won’t feel outmatched. While they’re there, the game is fun and balanced without using them, which has attracted a lot of gamers who are fans of the third-person battle arena genre. While it is still in beta, the graphics are stunning, utilizing Unreal Engine 4, and the gameplay is fast and fun. Heroes are balanced, which means there’s no standout one to carry a match. This is a team effort.

#5: “Heroes of the Storm” (2015)

Blizzard brings characters from its popular series such as Warcraft, Starcraft, Diablo, and Overwatch into a hugely entertaining, multiplayer online battle arena. It’s great playing as characters from your favorite Blizzard games and is the perfect place to start if you’re new to the genre. It has a great community and is fast-paced, meaning you’ll get the hang of it quite quickly. Players have a roster of a few characters to play for free which rotate on a weekly basis. A good way to experience every hero and eventually master their play styles.

#4: “Warframe (2013)
A gorgeous game that’s constantly being updated, it’s come a long way since its initial 2013 release and has improved immensely. It’s a fast-paced cooperative shooter with a layered trading and crafting system, and fantastic shooting, melee, and mobility mechanics. There’s nothing like popping a few headshots before speeding in and slicing a few enemies with your sword. There are so many customization choices for your frame, and the only real benefit of paying in this game is to speed up your progress and look good, which is definitely far from a pay to win model. With millions of players, you’re bound to find someone to play with or trade you the things you’re after.

#3: “World of Warships” (2015)

The game that took the #1 spot on our Best Naval Combat Games list, and well deserved with the attention to detail that has gone into this game. Slow paced, it builds a dramatic tension as you plan your next move. Anyone with an interest in battleships and naval warfare is sure to have a great time playing this game. Every shot has to be calculated based on distance and trajectory of enemy ships, and teamwork is a must if you wish to decimate your opponents. It’s immensely satisfying destroying an enemy ship; a fantastic conclusion to the breathtaking and cinematic World of War trilogy.

#2: “Neverwinter” (2013)

Available on Xbox One and PC, Neverwinter is a traditional dungeon crawler set in an MMORPG setting, with a heavy focus on partying and instanced dungeons; it is a Dungeons and Dragons, game after all. It’s a fantastic co-op experience set in a populated and fleshed out world, with a ton of quests to finish and monsters to slay. In traditional Dungeons and Dragons style, you can create an entire backstory for your character, including where he or she is from, as well as which god they pray to, and has little to no impact in the game but to serve your roleplaying experience.

Before we unveil our top pick, here are a few Honorable Mentions.

“Blacklight: Retribution” (2012)
“Fractured Space” (2016)
“Quake Live” (2008)

#1: “Hearthstone” (2014)

A simplified version of traditional card games like Magic: The Gathering, Hearthstone is just as fun and is accessible to anyone with interest in the genre. You’ll have a great time playing the core game, and while it’s quite easy to pick up, it’s hard to master, as there is a surprising amount of strategy involved with planning your next move. The game has decks—classes—featured in the Warcraft games. Available on mobile and PC, Hearthstone allows for cross-platform play, widening the overall player base. Currently, there are over 50 million unique players. That’s a lot of cards.
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