Mortal Online is a next generation PC MMORPG both in terms of graphics and gameplay. There are no PvP zones, only an open realistic world where you are free to choose your own path. Experience true real-time combat where you decide every move your character makes and where your personal skill really matters. Build your own house, or set up a guild to build a keep. With enough power, violence or diplomacy, you and your allies will be able to rule an entire nation. Choose from many different races and professions. You decide your own style of playing and whether to focus on PvP or PvE, both sharing the same game world. Devote your life to crafting, combat, magic, thievery, trading and more. Discover new skills, tools and resources or be the first to explore new areas to put your name on the map.
The graphics on this game are good. On full 1080P it's completely amazing on my GTX670. The feeling you get from working together as a team in a group is honestly a good feeling, that you sometimes cannot find in any other game. This game is simply the MOST sandboxiest that I've seen for quite some time aside from SpreadSheed (EVE) Online.
But with all that said, the game is RIDDLED with bugs.
*A below average UI that doesn't respond quickly (Had to be done because dupes were done that way.)
*Programming is sub-par, one thing gets changed, 20 others get messed up. (Original DEV's were bad)
*Promises that were made that weren't really kept.
*PvP is laggy, and complicated, there are too many nuances that must be learned, such as prediction, unbalanced attack moves, etc.
*Certain GM's actually still play the game, and as such have a personal stake in some fights. And are sometimes seemingly corrupt.
*Very silly things will get you stuck, having to resort to getting a GM involved, and sometimes the wait is as much as 2 hours at late night.
Overall I would give it a shot on a free account, and play it for approximately 3 weeks before giving it up. It's not worth the money as it is, but if you're willing to deal with all the above, you really will have a fun time, depending on the guild you join, and how you play.