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I'm looking for a good completely Free-to-play MMORPG. Expansions are allowed, but not if some essential aspects of the game such as mounts requires an expansion.

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The Free Trial for Final Fantasy XIV is pretty good, even if it limits some basic functions such as creating a party. You can play up to the first expansion and that with the base game is quite the bit of gameplay.

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Thanks that seems amazing. I will try it out as soon as I get the time.


Genshin Impact is a game I already play, but it doesnt have all the elements of an MMORPG that I like. I agree tho, amazing game

 


Bless Unleashed maybe? It's released on PS$ and XONE but if you're on PC you gotta wait a little.


I  have played so many MMORPGs.  I think  Secret World is amazing.  I am pretty sure you can  play completely free.  Dungeons & Dragons Online can be played completely free but you do have to earn favor or currency in game to open some things.  I think Neverwinter is also free.  I usually windup spending a little here and there on games I enjoy, so I am not 100% sure anymore as to how "free"they are.  Pretty sure , again,  DDO and SW can allbe played for  free.


Elder Scrolls Online is great! It's not free, however, you can pick up the base game for usually about $5 during a steam sale. They do have microtransactions and expansions, however, you don't need them to enjoy yourself. The world is humongous so you will have over a thousand hours of content before you might even consider getting an expansion.. 


Warframe. Great for farming sessions with friends, loads of content. Problem might be it has a steep learning curve regarding its thousand game mechanics (endgame and crafting stuff), but just stick with the basics, advance the story first and then you can start doing the side-stuff. One bit at a time.


iJess said:

Elder Scrolls Online is great! It's not free, however, you can pick up the base game for usually about $5 during a steam sale. They do have microtransactions and expansions, however, you don't need them to enjoy yourself. The world is humongous so you will have over a thousand hours of content before you might even consider getting an expansion.. 

100% agree! The base game alone provides an amazing amount of content, vast open-world. There is also the ESO-Plus subscription, about $11 per month, which gives you access to all DLC and expansions... if you wish to branch out further in the world.