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Best F2P MMO to play with a group of friends?

ghostoflegionghostoflegion Richardson, TXPosts: 2Member
If you could please list a few MMO's that are good choices to play with friends (4-6 of us total) that is F2P, with information on the game(s), thanks!

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  • DerrosDerros Posts: 1,077Member Uncommon

    Neverwinter

    Rift

    Secret World (B2P but its a fun game, and you can often find it for ~$15)

    Dungeons and Dragons Online

    lots of things out there.

  • free2playfree2play Toronto, ONPosts: 1,868Member Uncommon

    Tera Online - PvE/ PvP

    Pirates of the Burning Sea - PvP

    Lord of the Rings Online - PvE

     

     

  • ghostoflegionghostoflegion Richardson, TXPosts: 2Member
    Thanks, I'll do some research on them! Many MMO's out there, just needed a place to start. Open to any more suggestions.
  • keenberkeenber galwayPosts: 438Member
    EQ,EQ2,RIFT and TheSecret World would all be good for group play. Neverwinter nights and tera are horrible group play games.
  • koboldfodderkoboldfodder Danbury, DEPosts: 390Member Uncommon

    EQ2 hands down.  All of those games combined do not have the amount of content of EQ2.  It's solo friendly, you can solo any class to max level.  It's group friendly.  There are hundreds of dungeons.  Huge number of expansions.  Excellent lore, great group quests and solo quests and old school EQ1 item quests called Heritage quests.  Tradeskills where the stuff you make is somewhat useful, at least in terms of skill upgrades (but you probably wont need until the last tier or levels).  Huge number of classes and races, be any race/class combo you want.  Lots of end game content, Alternate Abilitite skill levels as you level up.  Probably the best housing system in any MMO that is still active.  Decent graphics, decent sound.  Massive amount of lore available in game and if you pick the right server there are still lots of people playing it.  Plus, you do not have to worry about out leveling your friends as there is a mentor system where you can mentor down a to a lower level.

     

    Another choice is LOTRO, which is not as good as EQ2 and has a fraction of the content but it is LOTR, so it's still s decent game.

     

    EQ2 is an old game, but it is totally superior to anything in this thread.

  • JaedorJaedor Denver, COPosts: 1,140Member Uncommon

    LOTRO, Rift and especially The Secret World would all be good for group play.

  • DirkinDirkin Manassas, VAPosts: 78Member

    Another decent option would be Vanguard, if the older style of MMO appeals to you. Most of the big problems people tend to have with it is finding people to play with, as the pop is still a bit on the low side. If you bring 4-6 friends who are interested, that solves that problem before you even start.

     

    there's enough open world content in VG to level up 4-5 characters to max level without ever doing the same content twice, and you won't have to skip any of it if you're already running around in a group. Grouping is highly rewarded in VG.

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