Lineage 2 Revolution makes for a fine successor to one of the most emblematic MMORPG sagas to have left its mark on PC gaming. Here, players come together to create their own characters picking between 4 set species: elves, dark elves, humans and dwarves. Along with them, you'll have three classes of characters to choose from: warriors, thieves and mystics. For each, there are two distinct specialties with advanced levels and a complete customization panel for each characters' combat skills. Gameplay in Lineage 2 Revolution is very similar to what you might find on desktop editions. Although, this time it's migrated perfectly to mobile devices. That means, you won't just have a precise, and tightly designed touchscreen controller, but you'll also gain access to 'auto-questing' so that your character roams freely on its own (automatically). Campaigns in Lineage 2 Revolution allow you to roam through one of the main MMORPG settings on the Android ecosystem. You'll level up through different areas that provide you with ample opportunities to gain more power. Face off against enemies, interact with hundreds of NPCs and forge allegiances with other players while participating in PvP clan battles; and sacking dungeons to the brim with danger and magic. Lineage 2 Revolution is a jaw-dropping MMORPG. It offers an outstanding interface with graphics that are excellent—courtesy of Unreal Engine 4. They also come with one of the richest persistent realms to have ever hit Android, until now. It's very possible that the entire genre of MMOs is witnessing the birth of a new ruler for MMORPGs on Android.
The freemium chronicles: one year playing Lineage 2 Revolution The videogame industry is constantly being strangled by outcries against its current business models. However, this doesn't take away the fact that its toxic freemium systems have been the key to making the mobile leisure industry into the behemoth that it is today. But telling the story isn't the same as living it, so I spent exactly one year playing Lineage 2 Revolution one of the most successful Free to Play MMORPGs in the world that's still a top earner even today. The tricky part is that no one made me do this "study," which leads me to some lesser-explored terrain, to talk about addictions and questionable game systems. Read more
The top 10 MMORPGs available on Android A few years ago, no one could have imagined that the elaborate MMORPG genre would have a second life on mobile devices. We're not exactly talking about short rounds and simple interfaces, but quite the opposite instead. Thanks in part to the automation of the tiresome tasks they involve, massively multiplayer online role-playing games continue to be more popular than ever. We've selected the 10 best MMORPGs available on Android. It's time to get grinding! Read more
How to play Lineage 2 Revolution for Android on PC The release of Lineage 2 Revolution on an international level was an event that fans of Asian MMORPGs had been waiting for, being able to finally play one of the most complete (and challenging) games of the genre adapted for touchscreen devices. However, due to the number of hours that users tend to spend playing games of the genre, and the heavy battery usage of the app, it could be a good idea to play it on a PC using an emulator like Nox. Here, we'll guide you through the process of doing so, step by step. Read more
NotesThis is the worldwide/global version of the game. Not to be confused with others officially launched for the Asian market.
Android 4.4 or higher required.