Chronicles of Elyria
This MMORPG, much like the other western games I've listed, is a socially driven MMORPG, with a player driven economy. Chronicles of Elyria takes a new approach to how you progress through the game, whilst it is a sandbox, like Black Desert, allowing you to freely do
whatever it is you want, when you want to do it, there's a catch. Your character in Chronicles of Elyria doesn't just level up, like in other more traditional MMORPGs, but it also ages, and will, given enough time, eventually die. Which is a rarely found feature
(if used at all) in Non MMORPG titles let alone an actual MMO. But death isn't the end for your journey in Chronicles of Elyria, as you can have a child before your pre-mature demise. Said child inherits everything you've gathered over your long (or short) life span,
whether or not it keeps your levels or skills remains to be seen however. Chronicles of Elyria is taking a bold step towards an MMORPG that actually feels alive. And that is but one of the many reasons why so many people are looking forward to it.
Granted not as many as some of the other MMORPG on this list, thus the reason it's a Honorable mention, but plenty enough, never the less.
There sure is a lot of western MMORPGs coming out isn't there? Which I am perfectly happy with, as we'll finally get a chance to play whatever class we want without having to worry about gender locks. Moving onto what Albion Online is all about, or at least
a brief summery. So, it's an open sandbox MMORPG, created in the image of older MMORPGs that you may have heard of, or even played, like Ultima Online or Mortal Online. Much like the other MMORPGs on this list Albion Online is once has a player driven economy.
Albion also boasts having an in-depth crafting system, open world PvP, player housing, or if one house isn't good enough for you guys.. build a city! But be warned as other guilds my try and take it from you! And lastly no actual classes, as you can wield any
weapon or equip any armor. You get to choose what your character is, and how it plays. Sounds fun right? Sure does.
So that's it for our honorable mentions!