Ultima Online Crack/Patch

Ultima Online Enter the magical world of Ultima Online. A world with spells and monsters. Quests and heroes. A living, growing world where thousands of real people discover fantasy and adventure 24 hours a day, every day of the year. [Origin]

Download Ultima Online Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 61 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1124
Genre Role-Playing, Massively Multiplayer Online, Massively Multiplayer, Fantasy
Players Massively Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Electronic Arts / Origin

Ultima Online reviews ( 7 )

AnonymousMC, Jul 22, 2008

Simply the best MMORPG ever to be created. That is a fact. UO sent a benchmark for all of them, even WoW. It had the best community, economy and the intensity of guild fights and Order/Chaos battles was matched by no other online game. Period. Even starting off was so much fun. Most people created a warrior and went to the graveyards to train up and collect small ammounts of gold from zombies, skeletons etc to get started. Some even opted for a blacksmith to actually provide stuff for the community. It was risky business everytime one set foot out of town, dungeons (for hunting various monsters) became a place of uncertainty as a murderer player could pop up at any minute. This is all gone now as EA have ruined the amazing work that was put into it during Beta and up to 1999 as Trammel was eventually added and the awful ninja, samurai scheme with all the special moves eventually destroyed the classic, dark medieval feel. It's all about free servers though like Defiance, UO Divinity and the like. Don't miss out on this game but make sure if you are going to join, join a free server and not EA's as it is not fun at all in it's current state!

Shiwator, Jul 17, 2012

A true sandbox mmorpg that still has official and tons of free shards with various rule sets around. Be a crafter hunt monsters and treasures. Ultima online is famous for it's timing based pvp system. The graphics are of course a bit dated but even today it's hard to beat Ultima online when it comes to gameplay.

AnonymousMC, Jul 3, 2009

best game ever made, and that's no exaggeration... its been 12 years and counting and people are still addicted; although the original game has since been terrorized with a bunch of unpopular decisions (limiting pvp, etc), the third party servers are still insanely popular... the only game where there is a real estate market

SamW., Aug 10, 2007

This game is incredibly addictive, and the new release, Kingdoms Reborn, has great graphics for an MMORPG, as well as nice additional features that hadn't previously existed. There are nice quests throughout the game that you can choose, following various storylines, but you are also free to choose your own path as an animal tamer, a mage, a warrior, a blacksmith, carpenter, tailor, or even a ninja. You can decide, and nothing is permanent. The leveling system is great, too, becuase there are no level ups. You simply slowly gain skill the more you use a certain skill. Fighting will slowly improve your swordsmanship (or other weapon choice), tactics, anatomy, and, if you have a shield, parrying skills, while also raising your strength and dexterity. A bit complicated at first, but once you are comfortable with the game, there is no end to how many lands you can explore, and all the fun you cna have.

Gratson, Oct 14, 2011

THE greatest MMO of all time (before they messed it up). The amount of fun times I had on Chesapeak and Catskills servers ... it was just amazing. I spent many sleepless nights playing this game. It had no item leveling, raiding and lacked most features of modern MMOs, but the guild vs guild atmosphere was unique, I've never seen it in any other MMO since then. The player politics and community is what made it the best MMO experience I've had, and I've played most of the big MMOs on the market.

Sumarius, Oct 23, 2013

This is my all time favorite MMORPG. UO is very addictive, even with it's dated graphics. I've come across no other game which gives you the amount of items to collect and things to do. I've been playing since 2000 and don't plan on closing my account anytime soon. Just to name a few features, there is custom housing, player run towns, guilds, player vendors, boats, quests and lots of places to explore and things to do. UO holds a place in my heart that no other game will be able to replace!

nightshark, Oct 25, 2012

It seems this game has generally favourable reviews, and I would guess the reason is that the only people still reviewing it are people who have been playing it the most part of 15 years and still enjoy it. 13-15 years ago, I would've given this game a 10/10, ironically this was also when the game suffered from more bugs and lag that you can imagine. UO was one of a kind but opted to become a clone of more modern, graphically superior, grind-type MMOs. Give the players "content" to complete, with very large rewards, rather than making it a complete sandbox that people lived and breathed in. Where true friendships were formed and for every friend you had, there were another 5 people scheming your demise.