Entrez dans le monde de Motenia où n'importe qui peut réussir à devenir un demi-dieu. Dessinez un héritage. Obtenez l'immortalité.
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Date de parution: 30 août 2012
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"Enter the world of Motenia, where even the lowliest mortals can strive to become demigods. Define a legacy. Achieve immortality."
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The Legendary Crusade Expansion Is Now Live!

The quest for greater power has reached a critical level of urgency as the Titans grow stronger each day. The Elven leaders have ramped up efforts to supply Atlantis with reinforcements in a desperate attempt to quell the looming threats. All heroes must now heed the call to battle and take part in this Legendary Crusade to prevent the extinction of all life!

  • Choose Your Dual Class Lineage
    Unlock your Awakened lineage that gives you the power to switch classes on the fly with ease.
  • Epic Insurrection Crusade
    Topple the top Territory Wars champions as you stand tall and claim what you rightfully deserve.
  • Revolutionary Herald of Darkness Battles
    Charge into the massive battle arena and fight for supremacy, as demons and angels clash in a fight for glory and prizes.
  • New Ruined Shallows and Ashen Falls Maps
    Explore beautiful new maps along scenic coasts and lush forests.
  • Take the Path of Yggdrasil
    Challenge yourself in a solo PVE onslaught as enemies try to destroy you in waves of destruction.

À propos de ce jeu

War of the Immortals est un MMORPG d'action free to play rempli de combats épiques, et doté d'un mode PvP captivant, accompagné d'un contrôle des territoires et des ressources.

Les légions de Ragnarok sont revenues à Atlantis. À la suite d'une grande bataille, alors que l'avenir de l'ancienne cité engloutie est en péril, les joueurs doivent prendre les armes et combattre, car c'est à Atlantis où repose la clé qui pourrait mener le monde à son salut, ou à sa perte.

Entrez dans le monde de Motenia où n'importe qui peut réussir à devenir un demi-dieu. Dessinez un héritage. Obtenez l'immortalité.

Caractéristiques :

  • 9 héros uniques :Choisissez d'incarner l'un des huit puissants immortels : Berserker, Champion, Hérétique, Mage, Assassin, Bretteur, Archer et Armide.
  • Équipement Psy : Spécialement adaptés à chaque classe, de puissants sets d'équipement animé s'améliorent et changent d'apparence en même temps que le joueur progresse et obtient d'impressionnants pouvoirs.
  • QG de Légions : Construisez un QG pour les membres de votre Légion, mettez un plan au point pour les instances, échangez des matériaux d'artisanat et agrandissez votre Légion en recrutant de nouveaux guerriers.
  • Guerres territoriales : Battez-vous contre les Légions ennemies pour vous emparer de territoires et ressources. Atteignez de nouveaux sommets de gloire et notoriété.
  • Système d'Atmanites : Personnalisez vos Sbires en profondeur grâce au nouveau système d'Atmanites, et capturez virtuellement n'importe quel monstre.
  • Interactif et destructible : Animés par le moteur graphique Cube de Perfect World, les donjons prennent vie au sein d'environnements interactifs.

Configuration requise

    Minimum :

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows 2000
    • Processeur : Intel® Pentium® 4 à 1 GHz
    • Mémoire vive : 1 Go de RAM
    • Affichage : GeForce 4 Ti4200 ou ATI Radeon 8500 comportant 64 Mo de mémoire vidéo
    • DirectX® : 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 4 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Autres prérequis : Connexion internet haut débit

    Recommandée :

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows 7
    • Processeur : Processeur double-cœur 2.5 GHz ou meilleur recommandé
    • Mémoire vive : 3 Go de RAM
    • Affichage : GeForce FX 5200 ou ATI Radeon 9500 comportant 128 Mo de mémoire vidéo
    • DirectX® : 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 8 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Autres prérequis : Connexion internet haut débit
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6 personne(s) sur 6 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
4.6 heures en tout
Posté le : 14 mai
Ive played about BOI for 1000hours (mage @ top 16xx i was in BOI) also this game is super smilar when you played BOI!
Its like the German version i ever wanted from BOI..but its is a lot more expensive if you purchase ZEN (cash money) while BOi is cheap WOI is heavy in your pocket if you pay for much easier upgrades in gears/weapons. i palyed WOI for about 40 hours in none steam version and need to say i did prever BOI because and only because of my mage that had spend about 1000hours of gameplay, my friends, my lv 120 soul gear and my pets that were worth about 700million coins. if you like to spend tons of hours and do not hestitate learning a lot this game is like BOI a true peace of mastery its also similar to WOW i would say because both have simlar mechanics. but yeah thats my optinion i had from playing BOI&WOI!
If you like WOi check also out Boi maybe thats more for you!
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4 personne(s) sur 4 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
64.3 heures en tout
Posté le : 31 mai
Let me say right up front: Yes. This is a P2P. But if you look at it, aren't MOST MMOs?

I am a casual gamer, which basically means I play the game with whatever gear I get by questing. For the most part, this strategy serves me well for this particular game. I've clocked 15 hours of gametime and I'm at level 60.. And I haven't spent a penny. Now the temptation is there, of course, but the items that are available only to paying players are mostly vanity items to essentially show off you're a paying gamer.

The gameplay is straightforward. There are no maps to memorize; you click your destination and you are automatically routed to it, walking (or riding your mount) through brilliantly designed landscapes.

At first glance this game reminded me of WarTune and League of Angels. The moment I stepped into the game I was proven wrong. It's better. Having been a lifelong fan of MMOs, I finally found one I can call home.

TL;DR: Kick-♥♥♥ game. Pay if you want to, but it's not required. You level fairly quickly if you're dedicated and other gamers are quick to help you if you get stuck. Definitely worth getting.
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5 personne(s) sur 7 (71%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1,989.6 heures en tout
Posté le : 27 octobre 2014
Ce jeu et pas mal il tourne asser en rond gratuit oui et non, les zen sont très chère mais sinon il et entrainent pour moi c'est un jeu asser joli avec asser de classes. Beaucoup de joueurs Cash shop donc dure d'évoluer rapidement il ont aucune pitié pour les débutant. Un bon jeu a téléchargé :D je le recommande.
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19 personne(s) sur 26 (73%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
76.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 7 janvier 2014

I first started playing WoI after about a month or so afters its release, before that, I had been an avid BoI player. I came back to WoI for a little while and noticed that a lot of the issues I had beforehand were fixed. These were mostly text issues, but there were also some dramatic game changes as well that veterans of the game will notice rather quickly.

TL;DR - The game can be rewarding if you enjoy games that baby-feed the everloving ♥♥♥♥ out of you. Game rating is at the bottom.

War of the Immortals is a fairly decent dungeon-crawler-esque themed game. There's your standard stuff: instances, PvP, and a story line that can be followed through the "Scenario" type quests the game offers you. Where this game shines and fails in is the gear aspect and in the leveling portion. You're essentially hunting for gear, which is to be expected in any sort of RPG; the problem lies in the fact that you level too fast to let the gear sink in. There are just too many ways to level up quickly in this game. During the "tutorial" segment (the parts of the game that take place before the player recieves his/her first set of GG at level 45) you're essentially doing one quest per level up. And on top of that, the game doesn't offer that many difficult quests. Scenario quests are mostly gathering or killing certain enemies. The player is spoiled with rewards every 10 levels, with the exception of mid-game levels (80-90) where the player is rewarded every 5. At level 50, one of these rewards is an item called a "Rock of Trials" which is specific to an instance that is also unlocked at level 50, called the Paladin Trials. At the end of the instance, a Rock of Trials can be used to open a rather large chest that gives the player a massive amount of EXP. I personally ran this instance the second I hit level 50 with my Slayer and used a Rock of Trials at the end. Needless to say, I instantly jumped up 6 levels. You're given 10 of those rocks, mind you. I believe a level 60 reward is an item called "Ominous Orb" which is practically an instant level-up; the player is given 10 as well. The game also incorporates 1.5x and 2.0x experience through their respective stones which warrant half an hour of the depicted type of experience bonus. Leveling only slows down after around level 90 or so. Where is this a problem, you might ask? Gear is layed out as such: Tutorial gear would be anything warranted before level 45, where the player runs through Magnetos to seek the first set of GG. This gear includes Greens; yes, this game has a gear colour system, albeit, a fairly mediocre one. Golden Gear is mainly used by PvE enthusiasts, and are earned through other instances such as Specter Island (lvl. 60) and Evernight City (lvl.75) for example. After level 45, your next set is earned at level 60. THERE IS NO GEAR IN BETWEEN THESE LEVELS. Soul Gear is much more difficult to achieve, and therefore, much more valuable. It used to be mainly for PvP only, but has seemed to have adapted into an all-around set of gear that can be used for any situation. After you recieve your set of level 45 GG, you level fairly steadily until level 50, and before you realize it, you're a level 70+ with still a few pieces of level 45 gear. Get in a guild, find a legion, and run instances together to trade for the pieces of gear you need to stay on track. It's almost impossible to obtain gear on your own, the drop rates are low enough as it is.

Character customization is fairly limited. Most of the classes aren't gender locked, with the exception of the Enchantress. That being said; however, there aren't very many facial options or hair styles (the hair colour is also locked to the style which is pretty annoying). Perfect World HAS the technology and resources available to further their character customization. Perfect World International was released in North America on 2, September, 2008 and offered a larger variety of character customization features. Nothing too astonishing, but there's a clear difference in character customization if you compare the two.

The other issue I have is with the buff given to players in the level 40-100 range. This buff is called We Believe In You and it is the, by far, the most annoying thing that could possibly be given to players. It upgrades at levels 46 and 61, and lasts for 4 hours. If the extreme leveling wasn't enough, you'll love this. The buff grants a bonus damage to all monster types by "X", and gives "Y" mana and 1 rage every 5 seconds. It's honestly the worst thing ever. As if the game didn't hold your hand enough. What's the point in doing the kill quests if I just kill everything in one hit? That's not fun, nor is it challenging. If I could make any changes to this game, it'd be this:

- Harder bosses and enemies
- Stricter leveling (I've seen people that can hit level 120 in about 2-3 weeks)
- More character customization
- Better animations
- More gear in between levels
- Larger maps, bigger hubs and larger amounts of hubs
- More instances, and make the existing ones more of a challenge. I DON'T want to be able to solo them without issue.
- Replace the Awakened Lineage feature with a skill tree system. Your class should be your CLASS, not CLASSES. The Lineage feature is just a choppy clone of dual-speccing.
- Clean up the game, for Christ's sake. Just because a few of the text issues were fixed doesn't mean that all of the issues are.


If you can get in a guild or get friends together, you should be fine. The forums are dead, but there are still a couple of loyal fans that still log on. Chats are flooded with trade offers, and other than that no one seems to want to really do anything anymore.


Game: 6.5/10 - If you enjoy a challenge, this is not the game for you. If you're more of a casual player that just wants to enjoy a dungeon-crawler with some friends without much stress, go on ahead and download it. I can see the appeal, but all in all, it could have been better.

Community: 3/10 - The once promising player base is becoming barren, and the forums haven't been active in months. This may be due to the probationary period that PW has enabled on their forums, limiting newly registered players from creating threads. The guilds I have been in are fairly strict on dailies and often kick players for not participating on a dailty basis. I'm shocked that there's enough of a player base to even say that guilds still exist.

Overall Opinion: War of the Immortals can be fun at times, especially since the classes are all fairly distinct from each other, but the developers severely impacted their standings by making their leveling system, and the game itself, far too easy.
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157.2 heures en tout
Posté le : 21 mars 2014
After 150 hours of playing the game I still have no idea about what I'm doing, I know that randomly clicking on buttons creates some nice particles :D and you get shiny moneys ^_^
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