KarosKaros — one of the best mmorpg and action games developed for the PC platform. The player will control the character and overcome the curse of darkness, which can destroy the world, subsequently the player’s character can become Karos – the mythical warrior. The number of entered locations and dungeons, as well as a variety of monsters will allow you to fully immerse yourself in the game.

Free-To-Play

Minimum system requirements

OSWindows XP / 7 +
CPU1.8 GHz
Video128 Mb
RAM1 Gb
Disk space5 Gb
LanguageEnglish

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Features

  • Minimum dependence on donation. A free game with the ability to exchange game currency for a premium: you can buy premium items without investing real finances;
  • Great multiplayer mode and maximum socialization;
  • Nice, albeit sometimes wooden graphics, and the appearance of the locations is also very worthy. Themed landscapes, various monsters;
  • An interesting flatt system that allows you to make unusual characters;
  • Sophisticated character selection system among 4 races, 7 classes, 42 professions and 12 unique skills for any class.
  • Regular large-scale updates and prize-winning events from the administration and round-the-clock technical support seven days a week.

Gameplay Karos

You have to decide on behalf of which race you will defend Azmara and decide on a class. First of all, each player has to deal with the rescue of all the unfortunate residents of Azmar, which are quite a lot in the district. There are four races and seven classes of your choice, any of which is unique and can subsequently develop several more times.

Your character will be unique thanks to random character generation, a large selection of outfits and rare mounts and pets. A huge number of professions and classes, battles between factions and guilds, a variety of PvE and PvP modes, the possibility of good crafting, an advanced craft system, as well as professional raids in dungeons. The game has its own development in a new direction of the magical manifestation of forces – the Fletta energy system.

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