16 years after Ragnarok Online’s [RO] release, its official mobile version, Ragnarok M: Eternal Love, is finally here! Packed with features that made the gamers fall madly in love with RO, Ragnarok M: Eternal Love is built around the same gameplay rendered in 3D graphics.
Ragnarok M: Eternal Love is a massive multiplayer online role-playing game [MMORPG] where the player controls the actions of his character. In this kind of virtual gaming world, online players can interact with one another (like chat, hunt together, fight each other, or fight together with other groups) which makes the game much more exciting and addicting. The game can be played as interactions of player to non-player character [NPC], player to player, party to party, or guild to guild.
Numerous quests of varying difficulties are available on each map. When completed, quests provide rewards like zeny ( in-game money), experience, rare items, and/or new skills some of which are not attainable through other means.
Just as in RO, players in Ragnarok M: Eternal Love also get to choose the job specification of their characters. Each job class has its own special skills that will greatly influence the character’s role on a party or guild.
Job classes in Ragnarok M: Eternal Love can be leveled up from basic class up to rebirth class (as of this writing, the released job is up to 2nd class). A simple map of the Job classes is shown below:
Ragnarok M: Eternal Love was developed by Gravity Interactive and was released in South East Asia last October 31, 2018. The game is available on both iOS and Android platforms. Computer users can also play the game using NoxPlayer or MuMu emulator.