In the world of mobile MMO’s none is more likely more popular than Gameloft’s mimicry of the World of Warcraft series, titled Order and Chaos. Earlier this year Gameloft announced that the next game in the Order and Chaos series called Order and Chaos II: Redemption would be launching later in the year, and last week it was announced that today, September 17th, the game would launch on both Android and iOS. It seems the game has arrived a little bit early as it’s been out since yesterday on the Play Store. This is a true MMO with loads of quests, dungeons, raids and more for anyone that loves the immersion involved in such a big gaming undertaking, and it’s all now at your fingertips.
As with any MMO gamers should expect loads and loads of content, and trust us when we way there is a lot of content to experience. The game features five different races and five different classes for character creation, which includes orc, human, elf, mendel, and a new race called the kratan, with classes being ranger, mage, warrior, monk, and the new blood-knight class. A lot of what you’ll be experiencing is single player content at first, with quests to begin the journey and level up your characters, as well as the all-new single player dungeons and instant quests which automatically begin when you enter a specific area.
There will be multiplayer content as well though, after all, this is an MMO so once the servers start to become more populated with players you’ll be able to form guilds, run dungeons with other players and more. Graphics have seen quite the upscale from the previous game and players will immediately notice how beautiful the game is from surrounding locale to the effects for spells and attacks. There is also PvP content so if you fancy a quick battle between yourself and another player, you can challenge others to a duel at any point in the game. This wouldn’t be an MMO without an economy, and players who are looking for ways to earn some extra currency can do so by selling items on the Auction House, but player-to-player trades can also be completed if you’re simply looking to get a hold of an item. While much of the loot in the game will be drops off of mobs and bosses, you’ll be able to craft gear too, and all of it can be upgraded to become stronger. If you like deep immersion games with tons of story and player interaction, check out Order and Chaos II: Redemption for free. Yes, there are some IAP’s but you can completely avoid these.