Hello MMO – June New MMO Collection

During this hot summer, game developers are working in full swing. There were so many new games brought to us this month. Among them, which one do you like best? Today I’ve selected 10 new games which are quite awesome, in my opinion. Hope there is at least one that you want to have a try. Feel free to share your thoughts or suggestions on these new MMOs with us!

10. Asker Online

The new non-target action MMORPG Asker Online held its 2nd closed beta from June 25th to June 28th in Korea. Previously known as Project Black Sheep, Asker Online is an instance based game similar to Continent of the Ninth. I believe the combat control of this game is quite similar to Vindictus Online with a hotbar of skills slapped on.

Pick up random quests in town, buy potions, gather party members, and head off to a portal where you can select a mission or stage you want to play.

9. Ar: pieL

Ar: pieL, formerly known as Project AX, had its closed beta test from June 25th to June 28th in South Korea. It’s a one-quarter view MMORPG with a background story happening at school. All the characters are designated a particular animal and they can use their special abilities and different skills, such as a leopard, snake, sheep, dog, rabbit, squirrel, etc.

Together with the launch of CBT, 2 brand-new teaser trailers were also released, showcasing the game’s combat system and skills of the characters. From the videos we can see that players can decorate the room, and several game modes have been added including life-style content. You can find more from the video below:

8. Dirty Bomb

New team-based FPS game Dirty Bomb started its open beta exclusively on Steam for players in North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Brazil this month. In Dirty Bomb, players can build a squad of specialized Mercenaries, each with their own unique personalities and abilities, to take into the fray on a quest for riches and bragging rights.

The open beta launched with five maps and two modes for players to put to the test, while new content will continuously be added in the coming months. A new trailer of this game was also released at the PC Gaming Show E3 2020, which can be watched below:

7. Astral Realm

On June 11th, fantasy MMORPG Astral Realm kicked off its open beta in Taiwan. This animated Taiwanese MMORPG is developed by X-Legend Entertainment, the team behind MMORPG titles such as Aura Kingdom and Eden Eternal.

There are 9 playable classes in Astral Realm, which are Swordsman, Wizard, Ranger, Hunter, Paladin, Sage, Assassin, Gladiator, and Sorcerer. According to the official details, players can switch to any class freely without re-training when out of combat so as to experience more game content.

6. Metro Conflict

Do you like shooter games? If your answer is yes, then Metro Conflict is a game you might like to try. It started its open beta on June 22nd, and then immediately launched full release on June 29th. Built on the Unreal 3 engine, the graphics of Metro Conflict are both smooth and a visual treat providing an immersive experience for shooter fans.

At this time, Metro Conflict is exclusive to North American and European players, but more servers are planned for the future. If you’re interested in this game, but not from NA or EU, you can still wait for the game’s global launch.

5. Lord of Vermilion Arena

If you like MOBA, and happen to know some Japanese, Lord of Vermilion Arena is the game you can’t miss. It’s the first MOBA title from Square Enix, and was finally launched in Japan after a couple of weeks in open beta.

Developed for Windows PC, the game features a 7 vs 7 battle format. Players control a number of monster cards from 5 tribes, which can be summoned on the battlefield for actual combat. Though there is no information about the release of an English version, the game is not IP blocked. You can try the game anywhere.

4. Echo of Soul

It has been a month since Echo of Soul entered its open beta phase, and in this month, the game has been officially launched on Steam. Though the reaction from gamers has been mixed, we can’t deny that this game has caught the eye of many gamers. The game has a massive amount of both PvE and PvP content, enough that either of them could stand alone as a separate game.

Recently MMOsite had an interview with Aeria Games, asking some questions from gamers. If you have more questions about the game during your gaming experience, you can leave a comment with us. We will try to organize more interviews with the publisher in the future.

3. Moonlight Blade

After a long wait, Tencent finally announced that the open beta test of their self-developed Wuxia-themed MMORPG Moonlight Blade will start on July 1st. According to Tencent, a new class, Five Venoms will be unlocked in this open beta together with a teaser trailer.

Revealed at Tencent Game Carnival 202020, Moonlight Blade features 8 different clans. The maximum in-game sight view distance is 2,300 meters. There are now 2,200 different types of plants designed, along with 17 different environment designs.

2. Skyforge

The final closed beta of Skyforge was held during June 23 to 29. In this beta test, 2 high-tier classes the Knight and Alchemist were accessible to all the players. In addition, players also had an opportunity to check out a number of considerable changes which have been made to the game.

Together with the launch of closed beta, a new trailer was also released, showcasing the Eskenian Peninsula, the latest sprawling open region. The Eskenian Peninsula was a beautiful and idyllic coastal region before the local wildlife became hostile and inhabitants became threatened by hordes of Demons that have escaped from ancient seals in nearby temples. You can check the video below:

Skyforge is a highly-stylized MMORPG featuring exciting dynamic combat inspired by console action games, where players develop from immortal warriors protecting their home world into powerful gods dominating the battlefield as invincible giants.

1. Revelation

The highly-anticipated MMORPG Revelation finally launched its open beta this month. Now you don’t have to rack your brain to get an activation key anymore. Have you already tried this game?

Developed by Netease’s independent engine, Revelation provides a fantasy world with different cultures. The beautiful graphics and grand world of this 3D oriental fantasy MMORPG leaves a great impression on most players.

It’s OK if you don’t understand Chinese, since NetEase is now preparing the global launch of Revelation. I believe that it won’t take a long time for us to see the English version of this game.