Browser based free online war games have always been there for those who have fallen on hard times. We mean those situations when the PC is sans any game, when the operating system has just been re-installed or when it is impossible to find the cracked full version of the game online. And to those who lost themselves searching for games only to starve before they found something worth playing for more than 5 minutes – it is time to be proactive. We are here to save you the pangs of extreme boredom, and all you gotta have is a net connection. We have compiled a list of the ten free online war games which you can play via your browser. Happy playing!
From the factory of the gaming powerhouse EA, comes the fantasy adventure BattleForge. In this next-gen game you’ll fight epic battles against evil forces with some help from your friends. Conjure wonders of the old; bring about storms and wildfires or wonderful blessings and mystical healings. At your word, legendary creatures spring to life, heroes, monstrosities, dragons and spirits are shaped of pure elemental power to do your bidding. What makes BattleForge special is that you can assemble your army yourself; the units, buildings and spells in BattleForge are represented by collectible cards that you can trade with other players.
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9. Dungeon Runners:
Dungeon Runners is an innovative 3D fantasy, action MMORPG. The game draws a lot of its inspiration from the classical action RPGs Diablo and Nox. Dungeon Runners was designed with humor in mind, as much of the game’s dialogue parodies MMORPG clichés. Dungeon Runners was originally released as a strictly pay-to-play game but has recently opted to become free-to-play.
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8. League of Legends:
With a team oriented game play, League of Legends is a fantasy adventure where players will fight against other teams all the while controlling their champions. With each successful session, players will get special experience points which can be used to your advantage during gameplay. League of Legends is known for its fantastic graphics and therefore stands out in the huge crowd of free online war games.
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This anime-inspired 3D MMOTPS is quite different from everything else out there. S4 League features standard shooting modes like deathmatch to go with its own unique team-based modes. There’s also a good deal of character and equipment customization.
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6. Combat Arms:
One of the most popular free to play FPS games – definitely not without a reason – Combat Arms features great balance, a ton of content, and is plain fun to play. There is loads of equipment customizing although equipment comes with the slightly annoying wrinkle that it is timed and does not last forever. But still it is one of the biggies in free online war games.
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5. Savage 2
Set in the ancient days of the Lost Civilization, Savage 2 brings a mix of RTS and FPS into gameplay making it a unique experience. In this adventure you can choose sides – man or beast – during your quest in the ancient world. Players have access to 16 different units to build civilization in Savage 2 and thereby enhancing their skills and abilities.
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4. Battlefield Play4Free:
The second venture of Electronic Arts (EA) in the free-to-play genre with the Battlefield name (after the cartoony Battlefield Heroes), Battlefield Play4Free is a more serious game. Based mostly on the acclaimed Battlefield 2 game, this FPS offers 32-player battles in a Middle East setting. Players choose between the forces of United States and Russia and enter some exhilarating FPS action. There are 16 vehicles to use in the game maps, such as helicopters, tanks and fighter jets, making things even more chaotic.
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3. Global Agenda – Free Agent:
After a positive critical reception, developer Hi-Rez Studio decided to drop the subscription on their jetpack-powered MMO shooter Global Agenda and opted for the addition of a free-to-play model. And thus came Global Agenda: Free Agent. The game offers some exciting team-based PvP gameplay and Agency vs. Agency territory conflict in a third-person perspective. The crisp graphics and polished presentation make this game truly exciting to play.
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2. APB Reloaded
APB spent just a few months as a retail product and was promptly shut down, but not forgotten. GamersFirst acquired the rights for this MMO and after a revamp (including some features such as a new district and clan-based combat mechanics) released it to an eager community. APB Reloaded is one of a kind and the mix of third-person shooting and driving is a successful one. The Criminals vs. Enforcers gameplay is an exciting one and the city of San Paro acts as a solid playground. APB Reloaded is not a perfect game but GamersFirst has a blockbuster in their hands, a MMO game with many indisputable qualities. If you like non-stop action, this is the one.
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1. Team Fortress 2
Valve stormed the market by unleashing Team Fortress 2 as a free-to-play game, offering what is undoubtedly one of the finest shooters ever for free. It is not just the brilliant cartoon visuals – from which Battlefield Heroes was clearly inspired – or the polished game mechanics, but also the humor that the charismatic characters bring to the matches. If there’s a free shooter out there that everyone must play it is Team Fortress 2. As long as Valve keeps things balanced between the free and premium players, this is a game that has a fantastic lasting appeal and surely ranks 1 on the list of free war online games.
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