Albion Online is approaching the typical class structure, realistically, Albion Online is also claiming to be the first ever cross-platform online RPG by letting you play on PC, IOS, MAC as well as Android. As we know already, Albion Online is a free-to-play MMO that offers complete character customization by letting create the job class of your dream.
Albion Online is a fairly hardcore game, most of gamers thought it was cool how they wanted to launch on multiple platforms, IPad, android tablets and PC. In fact, the whole process of gaming is fulled with various unknown dangers and challenges, It has that World of Warcraft effect to it where there’s always something else to do.
There’s always another tier or node to grind and if you don’t want to do that there’s another weapon or armor piece you can be more proficient in. All of it ends up being something tedious in some way or another but it doesn’t feel like a waste of time. The game is designed around these aspects, the more you do these things the “stronger” or a better way to putting it here is more “useful” your character will be.
In a nutshell, it’s a great game with lots of potential. Design and art wise the game look’s beautiful. Each zone type is distinct and has its own flavor to it. The artwork on the loading screens and across their site just has something refreshing about it. “Whimsical” would be a good word to describe it.