Abysswalker

In-app purchases
3.9
13.3K reviews
500K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

Abysswalker has finally arrived! Now available worldwide!
Post-Apocalyptic Cyberpunk MMORPG
Chaos is only the beginning.

Roam through a post-apocalyptic world that has been devastated by the Scale Disease, in which horrendous scale-like features would spread throughout the body. In addition to the virus, unethical human experiments and conspiracies lurk in the dark. When all hell breaks loose, which path will you choose?

Immersive World
-Experience a post-apocalyptic cyberpunk world, where technology meets fantasy.
-Enjoy stunning graphics created with Unreal Engine 4.

Thrilling Gameplay
-Participate in numerous exhilarating events and challenges.
-Join up with 19 other players and compete in Survival Drill to become the last one standing!

Weapon Swap System
-Switch between melee and ranged weapons freely.
-Create a wide range of skill combos to defeat your enemies!

Collect and Upgrade
-Assemble and enhance NPCs and even Gods to assist you in battles!
-Collect a plethora of sleek futuristic mounts and unique pets!

High Degree of Freedom
-Express yourself with detailed character customization!
-Explore intriguing post-apocalyptic storylines with diverse dialogue options.

Contact Us
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Updated on
Apr 18, 2021

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3.9
13.3K reviews
OrochiTabris
September 7, 2021
So far I'm kinda on the fence about this game, as I am with any game that makes heavy use of automatic combat to the detriment of manual combat. This is also one of those games that is heavily and aggressively monetized, with constant offers and events thrown in my face to encourage buying and spending. It could still turn out okay, there is a place for hands-off games like this. Some issues. [NO PROPER ACCOUNT BINDING] There is only one method to bind accounts, and that's by supplying my phone number, which I'm not crazy about and most games don't require (or even offer as an option). The vast majority of games offer one or more service binding options, whether it's Google, or FaceBook, or Twitter. Some offer email binding, or even their own accounts, which are also fine. I'd rather bind to a service, as it's easier to use for backup and recovery. While I have no plans to change my mobile number any time soon, it's still a possbility that would cause problems. It's odd that no services are offered, and it makes the idea of spending anything (beyond the $1 I already spent) unappealing. [OVERWHELMINGLY AGGRESSIVE MONETIZATION] The push to buy packs and currency, and spend that currency, is ridiculous. Top-up for this, top-up for that, check into the "keep spending" event. Regular messages about what others are acquiring, on other servers even, some telling me how jealous I am. It adds to an already cluttered UI, and cheapens the experience. I ended up paying $1 for a newbie top-up offer, since I'm a sucker for those, but I'm not a sucker for a constant bombardment like this, and it could turn me off in the long run. [NO GOOD PLACE FOR THE MONKEY BUTTON] I've seen buttons like this before, and I don't get why the developers don't integrate them into the UI. There aren't many places to put them, and they're always covering something, and there's usually part of the UI that could accept them that isn't used. Like the collapsable menu in the upper-right. Just put it there, there's plenty of space, and it could be hidden when its collapsed.
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Kenneth Garner
February 23, 2021
Wouldn't really call it a game.. you mash one button. The "game" literally plays itself. You press your quest, it walks to it for you and does the task without you having to do ANYTHING. You don't even need to do the fighting.. it fights for you. The character customization is practically non-existent. This tbh just seems like it was made to look flashy to get people to download it and nothing more. I got to level 23 in under 5 mins. Huge let down. Bummer.
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Maxine Page
July 17, 2022
I'm only level 30, but my experience so far has been blah. I feel bored and just started playing. Not only that. There's still a ton of bugs like clicking on a quest and my character stops walking halfway. I feel as though the only good feature is the fact you can skip the tutorial. And the fact you can't even turn the idle off until lvl 150 is just wrong. I felt it would be more like DMC with the switching between weapons, but it sucks when I can't play the controls myself. Plus too much P2W.
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What's new

New mounts and costumes have been added!