Another sandbox MMO is on the way, from a company who aims to be a familiar name in the genre. Sandbox Interactive will be putting its cross-platform MMORPG Albion Online into its closed alpha phase this March 24th, and anyone looking to be part of the action should hop to it, as there will only be a limited amount of alpha keys.

In Albion Online, players create highly customizable characters, which can mash classes and function as one power-playing unit. A player based economy that relies on the players to build both the buildings and the items makes for a unique realm and experience. Over 800 territories that can be claimed and conquered, and to the victor go the resource spoils from that particular guilds village, bringing a “full loot” aspect to the game.

Albion Online will be available through different platforms such as Windows, iOS and Android, all at the same time and in the same realm.

Michael Dunaway has been part of the MMOBomb team for years and has covered practically every major Free-to-Play title since 2009. In addition to contributing First Look videos and news articles, Michael also serves as the Community Manager for the upcoming MMORPG, Skyforge.

14 COMMENTS

  1. Sounds good! Finally game which supports all platforms which I use (Linux, Android, Windows). And of course, it’s good that also idea is great :). I hope that it won’t fail with money because they say it’s f2p but not pay2win

  2. Played the Alpha and ugh, horrible, just grinding grinding and more grinding. A LOOOONG ways to go before this baby can be ready, but I feel at it’s core the game is what it is. Grinding and not so much of a fun play time for me. I’d rather play Eldevin than this.

  3. So many games coming out, AOW III at the end of March, EQLM sometime this summer and ESO F2P possibly in the fall that I’ll be too busy trying them all out to worry about playing alphas or betas.

    I don’t really understand why people are so crazy about getting into alphas or closed betas. The only things you get for participating are bragging rights and some basic experience to how the game works. Everything else is wiped. And I hate having to do everything over again.

  4. As far as the picture goes this game looks beautifully made but its too early to judge i mean its still in alpha so patience

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