Ryzom 3D MMORPG for Linux has removed lots of limits and caps for new players who want to play the game without a paid subscription. Instead, the developers have chose to keep a Level limit of 125 beyond which new players will stop getting experience points.
This is a nice move as now it is almost free to play the game without any time or place limits.
Excerpts from Announcement
We are pleased to announce that from now on, players that create a new account can play Ryzom without time or place limits. Instead, free trial accounts are now limited to a maximum level of 125 in all different skills, enabling everyone to sample all aspects of Ryzom and to discover what makes this MMO unique.
When you reach level 125 in a skill you can still continue playing, but you will gain no more experience points. The second limitation is storage: you cannot own any mektoub packers, use the inventory of your apartment or take any items from a guild hall.
Ryzom is a free to play MMORPG for Linux with quite a dedicated community of RPG fans playing it everyday. The game features rich 3D graphics, a level, class and skill based system, PvPs and Duels and feels like a virtual world with different and diverse ecosystems.
Download and Installation Instructions for Linux
- Create a new free Ryzom game account from here
- Download the client file ryzom_client.7z from here
- Extract the archive and run file ryzom_install_desktop_menu.sh to add a menu entry
- Update the game to latest version by running file ryzom_update.sh from the game folder
- Run game from menu and have fun
[via Free Gamer]