Royal Quest offers a fresh MMO experience from the creators of Space Rangers and King's Bounty series. Join Guild Wars, conquer Castles, and battle other players in unique PvPvE locations, or explore the vast world of Aura and enjoy the story on your own.
User reviews: Mixed (958 reviews) - 65% of the 958 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Aug 6, 2014

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November 28

Weekend Sale: Mounts with bonuses!

Heads up, adventurers!

Starting from 28th November 9AM GMT / UTC until 30th November 9AM GMT / UTC buy Mounts with a discount and get x30 Mount Feed for FREE!

- Purple Irex, Carcaron, Vulture cost only 89 Reales + x30 Mount Feed bonus
- Insector costs only 219 Reales + 30 Mount Feed bonus

You will find your x30 Mount Feed in a Golden Chest on the Character Selection screen within 3 days after the special offer is ended.

Shop early, shop often, and enjoy this weekend!

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November 13

Royal Card Sale!

Weekend surprises!

There is no better way to celebrate the upcoming weekend than a sale!

Starting from 13th November 9PM GMT / UTC until 15th November 9PM GMT / UTC Elemental Cards are on sale for 50% off and Golden Cards are on sale for 30% off.

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About This Game

Royal Quest offers a fresh MMO experience from the creators of Space Rangers and King's Bounty series. Join Guild Wars, conquer Castles, and battle other players in unique PvPvE locations, or explore the vast world of Aura and enjoy the story on your own.

Innovative elemental battle system allows players to exploit enemy weaknesses by properly choosing what weapons and skills to use against the target, while game mechanics are easy to learn (including an automatic character upgrade system), and offer deep and challenging experience later in the game.

Download now to:
- Discover over 100 outdoor locations and multi-floor dungeons
- Complete nearly 1000 quests designed for both group and single players
- Fight more than 200 extraordinary monsters, each with its own rare card with special attributes
- Dive into extensive skills and talents system and combine them in a unique way for each of the 8 classes
- Summon pets that follow you around and collect loot for you
- Compete in PvP Arenas, Battlegrounds and Castle Sieges
- Earn the right to control a Castle and its surrounding areas with your Guild
- Gather powerful Shadow Gear by winning over other players in special PvPvE zones

Play Royal Quest now for free, or empower your hero with our special DLC packs!

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7/ Vista / XP SP3
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo / AMD Athlon X2 64 3.0 Ghz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512Mb NVIDIA GeForce 9500GT / ATI Radeon HD 3450
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
115 of 132 people (87%) found this review helpful
73.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 6
Don't let the idea that you can purchase premium currency with in game gold fool you, this game is pay 2 win.

If you're high level (50+), you can earn enough gold to pay for a premium membership (or royal blessing, as it's called), but there's much more to be had with premium currency. More backspack in your tiny backpack? Pay up. Per item type (equipment, loot, potions, quest items). Would you like to revive instantly? Pay up. Fast travel for no gold? Pay up. Pet collars? Pay up. In fact, you're constantly nagged with functionality that requires you to either get a premium membership or pay a one time fee in premium currency. Constantly.

If you don't have a premium membership, you receive a lot less gold, experience and loot. Your resurrecting sickness lasts seven times longer, and much much more.

The game itself is alright. There are tons of different spells, and different classes really do feel like different classes. Some quests are unique and interesting, but most are fetch, deliver or kill quests. The PVP wasn't well thought through, and can be tedious at times. Most areas look similar, and enemies are not very unique in the way they act.

The chat is horrendous and unintuitive. This leads to very little chatter over the airways and a sort of isolated feeling, as if you're not really in an mmorpg.

Overall, the relentless pushing to get you to pay up spoils most of the fun, especially since your basic account is so limited it's hard not to feel pressured into spending money. I can't recommend it.
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94 of 116 people (81%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
86.9 hrs on record
Posted: June 13
kind of addicting until you get past level 20 and start going into pvp zones... or rather they are regular zones that you need to get crafting mats from where people can kill you. So most pvp is just people griefing crafters. Also very p2w after level 20.

If your going to play this game, just get to level 20 sell your gear and send everything to the next character you want to play and so on.
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25 of 31 people (81%) found this review helpful
71.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 1
Not a terrible game at first, really is F2P and is quite enjoyable. Until you hit level 20 or so, and then you're forced to go into pvp zones to gather quest items. These zones are designed for trolls. Don't get me wrong, there are some people who understand that you're only there to get what you need for a quest or two and then leave. Or just to farm some xp for your next level. But thats about 1% of the people in said zones. The zones usually encompass 9-10 levels meaning you could be level 20 trying to grind and there is a level 28 trying to do the same. Except when you come across someone who is 8 levels ahead and is an ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ and they just continuously kill you. Long story short, the game is designed for trolls beyond level 20. I highly recommend you just save your time and anger and just avoid this game all together.
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
25.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 25
I thought i would like this game, as my girlfriend talked wonders about it. and it looked promising, but theres a few things that spoke out ot me after a few days of playing it.

Its a classic "Pay2Win" MMORPG like Forsaken World or PerfectWorld.

now that wouldnt bother me as much, if it didnt have a huge payment wall right at level 20 when you have to pick a subclass. I was a warrior, and i wanted to be a Dark Knight. There were 2 options to become one. 1. i could kill a room full of mobs and then kill the "Horrid Beast" or i could go grind for a few hours, collecting 65 peices of grass. I picked the faster, and obvious, Horrid Beast line. So i clean out the room rather easily and then get ready for the beast. well the beast killed me and i respawned. so i started strategizing and saw that potions heal instantly and i can be in combat, so i get the 100% health potion and i bought a very expensive Energy restoration potion from the market and try again.. and again... and again.. because no matter how many times you try, you cannot kill this monster. I had the best gear i could get, i spent hours grinding levels and weapons and i even bought the Welcome Pack.

Not to mention the countless payment walls i noticed. Bag space is limited to about 15 slots, you can extend your bag if you pay with "Reals" which are the premium currency. theres a premium shop full of gear and stuff you could buy, not to mention the other 2 "Dlc" items that add gear and stuff to your account. If you want anything in this game, you have to buy it.
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6 of 10 people (60%) found this review helpful
5.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 13
Tried this out since I got bored with Path of Exile and Tera. It's a mega pay to win scheme game. Fun for a few hours, gets really boring unless you want to spend lots of $$$. Nothing special, just like 1000 other games where you can pay to win. You can spend your money elsewhere on better games which won't rip you off so bad.
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