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The 15 best MMORPGs for weak PC in 2022!


15 best MMORPGs for weak PC

MMORPGs (Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game) may no longer be the success they were before, but they still bring together immense player communities around the world. If you are one of the big fans of the genre but only have a weak PC, we have put together a list below with the 15 best MMORPGs that run on very weak computers so you can keep uploading. Check out!

1. Ragnarok Online

 Ragnarok Online
Ragnarok Online
  • Processor: Pentium II 400MHz
  • RAM memory: 128MB
  • Video card: Graphic Card 3D

Starting with one of the classics, Ragnarok still lives !! The fever of the 2000s remains firm and strong for those nostalgic players or even those who cannot ride anything heavier. With dozens of classes and hundreds of items, equipment and dungeons, the game has absolutely everything to please any MMORPG fan. As a trademark of the game, we can mention the own economy that is built by the players themselves through real crowded fairs in the main cities of the game.

2. Tibia

  • Processor: Pentium III
  • RAM memory: 16MB
  • Video card: 128MB

An even bigger classic, Tibia is hardly sought after by new players, but it is a treasure for anyone who was addicted in the 2000s. With graphics even simpler than those of Ragnarok, the game stands out in the gigantic content and in the open world surprisingly large for a so old game. Perhaps Tibia’s biggest differential is that the game has no maximum level limit for the characters, that is, you can continue to evolve without stopping.

3. Old School Runescape

Old School Runescape

Old School Runescape is not such an old game. Launched in 2013, developers saved energy on graphics and squandered on mechanics. Even though it seems so simple, Old School Runescape has everything that is expected of the genre: quests, raids, PVP, extremely difficult PVE, regular updates, minigames and much more. Definitely a game with a lot of content.

  • Processor: 1.5GHz
  • RAM memory: 256MB
  • Video card: 128MB

4. Dungeons and Dragons Online

Dungeons and Dragons Online
  • Processor: Pentium 4 1.6GHz
  • RAM memory: 1GB
  • Video card: 64MB

The online version of the most famous table RPG in the world. Dungeons and Dragons Online lives up to its name. With dozens of classes available and the possibility to customize every detail of your character, the game has a very big focus on the narrative of the world and makes a beautiful work fitting each of the quests in this story. The interface is very reminiscent of World of Warcraft, and the fights are also very similar.

5. The Lord of the Rings Online

The Lord of the Rings Online
  • Processor: Pentium 4 3.0GHz
  • RAM memory: 1GB
  • Video card: 128MB

The Lord of the Rings Online is the official RPG for Lord of the Rings. Inserting you in Middle-earth, the game features the main races that we find in books / films, as well as different classes and professions. Obviously, here you can explore places like the famous Mines of Moria, Condado, Lothlórien and much more. The game also features bosses that need to be defeated by multiple players at the same time, as well as a PvP that allows you to play as Sauron’s servants.

6. Crystal Saga

Crystal Saga
  • Processor: Celeron 2.13GHz
  • RAM memory: 512MB
  • Video card: 128MB

Crystal Saga is an MMORPG that runs directly in your browser. The game is extremely similar to Ragnarok, from the same style of minimalist and anime-inspired graphics, Ragnarok’s perspective, skill animations, avatars, monsters, etc. Being a much lighter game, it is clear that Crystal Saga has much less content, but has a quest system that differentiates it well from Ragnarok.

7. Eternal Saga

Eternal Saga
  • Processor: 2.33GHz
  • RAM memory: 1GB
  • Video card: 64MB

Eternal Saga is basically the same as Crystal Saga. Following the same line similar to Ragnarok, the game has exactly the same elements as the title above, but it also has a system of guilds, safes, pets, wars, among others.

8. Warspear Online

Warspear Online
  • Processor: Pentium 4 2.0GHz
  • RAM memory: 512MB
  • Video card: 256MB

Warspear Online is a MMORPG with retro Zelda-style graphics from Nintendinho. Runable on any Xuxa PC, the game has a guild system, PVP, different classes and races, around 1500 quests and much more. The game receives monthly updates and also features periodic events.

9. Aion

  • Processor: Pentium 4 2.8GHz
  • RAM memory: 1GB
  • Video card: 128MB

Aion is an RPG extremely similar to World of Warcraft, visually speaking. With beautifully designed backgrounds and characters, the game fills our eyes with eye-catching and detailed visual effects. In addition to all the classic elements of the genre, Aion offers a greater than average level of freedom as you can explore the open world from the air while flying with your character or winged mounts.

10. Adventure Quest 3D

Adventure Quest 3D
  • Processor: Dual Core 1.8GHz
  • RAM memory: 1GB
  • Video card: 512MB

Adventure Quest 3D is more RPG visually similar to WoW. With several classes, events, open world, pets, PvP and more, the game stands out from most other titles in the genre due to the cross-play support that allows PC and mobile players to play together.

11. Lineage 2

Lineage 2
  • Processor: Pentium 4 3.0GHz
  • RAM memory: 1GB
  • Video card: 128MB

Lineage 2 is one of the most beautiful MMORPGs you will be able to play on a weak PC. Even though it is so old (released in 2003) the game is still relevant today due to the very advanced graphics and the amount of mechanics available. With a primary focus on PVP, the game features an unprecedented variety of classes. Altogether, there are almost 40 classes accessed as you go up and according to the chosen race.

12. Guild Wars Trilogy

Guild Wars Trilogy
  • Processor: Pentium 3 1.0GHz
  • RAM memory: 512MB
  • Video card: 64MB

Guild Wars Trilogy brings all the titles of the franchise together in a single award-winning game. With very advanced graphics for the time (released in 2008), the game is not far behind more current titles of the genre. With PVE, PVP, quests, guild system and more, the game still maintains a large active community to this day.

13. Thunder

  • Processor: Intel Core i3 2.0GHz
  • RAM memory: 1GB
  • Video card: 64MB

Trove is an MMORPG mixed with several Minecraft elements, especially the graphics. The game also contains a vast open world and an absurd number of character customization options. Encouraging a lot of interaction between players, several missions and dungeons can only be done in groups, and much of the exploration of the open world is also only possible with the help of other players.

14. Prison Tale

Prison Tale
  • Processor: Pentium 4 2.0GHz
  • RAM memory: 1GB
  • Video card: 128MB

Prison Tale is a ROOT MMORPG with a very strong focus on leveling. For those who don’t mind spending a lot of time killing mobs as the only way to upgrade, Prison Tale is a simple game, but it still has a large active community due to the fact that it has a Brazilian server.

15. PokéOne

  • Processor: Intel Core i3
  • RAM memory: 1.5GB
  • Video card: 1GB

PokéOne is an unofficial Pokémon MMORPG. Even so, it offers the best possible experience in the genre for anyone who is a fan of small creatures. In it you find system of levels, daily quests, mounts, guilds, PvP, system of exchange of pokémons, customization of characters, emojis to insert in the conversations and much more. Regarding pokémons, the game maintains all the mechanics already known as evolution, strengthening, types of attacks, etc.



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