Pirates of the Caribbean Online Crack/Patch

Pirates of the Caribbean Online In Pirates of the Caribbean Online, players create and customize their own pirate, captain their own ship, and assemble a crew of their fellow rogues in an effort to become the Caribbean’s most legendary Pirate. Along the way, players will interact with characters made popular by the films, like Jack Sparrow, Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann, and will also encounter a host of new characters and enemies unique to the game. To become the most notorious pirate, players must forge alliances, hunt for buried treasure, battle evil undead forces, and use cunning and strategy to outwit their foes. [Disney Online]

Download Pirates of the Caribbean Online Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 62 / 100
User rating
Downloads 945
Genre Role-Playing, Massively Multiplayer Online, Massively Multiplayer, Fantasy
Players Massively Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Disney Online / Disney Online

Pirates of the Caribbean Online reviews ( 6 )

MilesTailsPro, Oct 24, 2014

I admit, Disney watching over you to make sure you don't curse is annoying. The quests may be tedious, but this game is made of gold, diamonds, emeralds, rubies, and sapphires compared to the total **** fest it closed for, Club ****face, I mean, uh, Crap ****tin', I mean, Club Penguin

Dragonzaid6, May 15, 2012

Really awesome, pirates of the Caribbean based, and really fun. The graphics however aren't impressive. The ship battles are super exciting especially when you can get a crew of 3 or more people. Boarding ships and killing the passengers is super fun. The missions are cool and a bit of a variety but some are not great and many are "kill x number of *insert monster here*" Doesn't take long to load things. The ground fighting is fun and there are a variety of weapons and ammo. The controls aren't complicated and are easy to learn. The game has fun features like pvp and pvp ship battles. It has improved over the years as they have added more weapons, ships, and also more things that free players can do, which is always good. there are a few bugs tho, a lot of times npc's disappear and reappear, and they also warp around from time to time. Good overall. 8 out of 10

DavidJ., Nov 8, 2007

Is a pretty good game, but there are still a few bugs, sometimes it stops between scenes and the screen pauses during battle. The biggest problem for me is getting other players to crew my ship, but when they do you can kick Pirate but.

chris, Feb 6, 2008

Its a very very fun game until you hit level 8 and then you start getting pop ups for unlimited access because you can't level up without it....which is 10 bucks a month (not worth it) needs ALOT of improvement constant lag, constant loading, the quests are average graphics are OK but not really that great. , the word dictionary is bad, overall i give this an 5. Play it if you like the movies but i recommend skipping to another game after level 8-10 because your just gonna get nagging screens to get unlimited access. If your gonna pay 10 bucks a month mine as well play world of warcraft

DodongoSweetcheeks, Jan 10, 2008

The quests are horribly tedious "errand boy" and "scavenger hunt" affairs. The graphics are choppy, there are bugs galore, and Disney is watching over you every step of the way to make sure you don't swear. That said, the ship combat is really fun and really addictive especially if you can get six other friends to join you on a ship. One person steers and barks orders while the others man the cannons. Some ships you can cripple and then board to take down the enemy crew melee style. Other than that (and blackjack and poker) the game is a grind.

natefate, May 16, 2012

It's obvious that Disney created this MMO to milk the last remaining dollars out of the hugely popular Pirates of the Caribbean Series. The movies themselves are excellent, but the game...not so much. After playing the game for about three days, all quests and skills are locked up until you buy the subscription. Until you hand over your money Disney only let's you engage in basic ship battles. When that's all an entire MMO is reduced to, it's time to find a new game. Not to mention that it is extremely buggy and not well thought out. Most quests follow the same format of kill a bunch of certain types of enemies then return to the person who gave you the quest. This game either needs more dedication from the makers or shouldn't be a game at all.