Warmeriseby Aethyna Jan 5, 2018 | 1 Votes | 1 Played | 0 Reviews 7 rate Warmerise is a browser-based MMO shooter game that’s completely free to play. The game offers up to 10 different maps, each having alternative flanking routes that you could use to surprise the opposing team; an arsenal of incredible weapons, as well as two game modes. Play Now Similar Games Played
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Featuring a cool sci-fi-themed and an intense shooter gameplay, Warmerise is a browser-based MMO shooter game that’s completely free to play. The game offers up to 10 different maps, each having alternative flanking routes that you could use to surprise the opposing team; an arsenal of incredible weapons, as well as two game modes. If you’re looking for a browser MMO shooter to play, Warmerise might just be the game you seek!
Now to start playing, you simply need to load up the game on your browser – you’ll need to use a Unity-supported web browser a.k.a. a browser with the Unity plugin installed – and you’ll be brought to the game’s lobby. Here, you’ll get to choose a server to jump into or set one up yourself. Of course, if you do set up a server, you’ll get to customize it as you wish.
Unfortunately, there aren’t many rooms due to the lower player number and most of these players are grouped around in the US servers. So, if you’re connecting from outside of the US, you may expect a bit of a latency.
Unlike most MMO shooters though, this game doesn’t have any tutorial to speak of. However, if you are familiar with how MMO shooters generally works, you should be able to quickly pick up the basics such as how to shoot and reload your gun. That being said, finding the key that will make your character throw his grenade can be quite difficult – I haven’t had the luck to find it yet.
You can also choose to play as a guest or register for a player account. Having an account is quite advantageous since your play stats will be recorded for you to view and you can then compete with other players on the top 100 leaderboard.
In terms of game modes, Warmerise features two of them – Team Deathmatch, which happens to be the most popular game mode in this game; and Elimination where matches are split into lightning-short rounds. The team that managed to eliminate the opposing team will win a point per round, and the team with 10 points accumulated first will win the match.
The combat aspect in this game is very arcade-like though. There is no friendly fire and jumping around to try to avoid bullets actually works really well here. The scope is also toggle-based but I think not a lot of players use them… even those with sniper rifles.
I really like that the game has an Armory system where you can restock your ammo and switch out your weapons whenever you like. There are a ton of weapons you can purchase in this game, ranging from RPGs and miniguns to warrior bow and gravity gun for your primary; and a selection of knives for your secondary. In addition, you can equip additional items such as grenades, mines and thrown weapons.
Being a sci-fi-themed game, you’ll also have the ability to customize your battle suit by improving movement speed and energy generation (which is used for sprinting), negating fall damage, and adding a portable shield. Interestingly, if you can’t afford a better gun like all newbies do, you can pick one up from a fallen enemy or ally instead. I’d recommend grabbing a rocket launcher though – it can be quite OP, especially when turning corners, since it’s pretty much a “one-shot kill”-type of weapon as long as you don’t miss.
The game does respawn you after a few seconds of being “dead”. The spawn locations are randomized but don’t worry – you won’t pop up at the enemy’s spawning zone and you’ll get a 3-second spawn protection so you’ll have enough time to run away even if you materialize in front of an enemy.
That aside, what I like the most about Warmerise is the designs of its maps. Despite being a browser game, you’ll get up to 10 different maps to choose from. Each of them are very well-designed with lots of turns and corners, making some feel like a maze. In the event of a possible camping, the maps often have multiple exits and even flanking routes, like the underground section in the Bunker map, that you can make full use of.
Warmerise isn’t exactly the biggest game out there, but it does have a small but loyal play base. If you enjoy arcade-like 3D shooters, you’ll definitely find your kin here.
The graphics in this game isn’t the best either since it’s a browser game, but some of the maps can look pretty decent. That said, it still depends on the type of rig you’re using. I wouldn’t recommend trying the game out on an older PC or laptop since you might end up getting low frame rate, and hence, a choppy gameplay that isn’t at all fun. In terms of sound, there isn’t a lot aside from the sound of gunfire or grenades and mines exploding.
In short, Warmerise is a pretty decent, sci-fi-themed MMO shooter game that you can play directly on your browser. The game has a surprising number of maps and you can even set up your own servers if you like, but it only has 2 game modes, namely TDM and Elimination, and very limited active servers all of which are based in the US, so there might be some issues with latency if you’re not from the US. The gameplay though aren’t as good as standalone games, but it’s quite good for a browser MMO shooter.
That being said, the game does have some interesting loadout options as well as a pretty well-designed Armory system that allows you to restock ammo and switch weapons during a match. There aren’t a lot of great free-to-play browser MMO shooters out there, but Warmerise is definitely one of the rare ones. Do give it a try!