Gameloft’s Order & Chaos Online Scraps Monthly Subscription Fee In Latest Update

Gameloft’s Order & Chaos Online Scraps Monthly Subscription Fee In Latest Update

The perfect reason to give Order & Chaos Online another go.

Gameloft’s Order & Chaos Online is widely believed to be the closest alternative to Warcraft on iOS. It’s a popular game, and there’s no doubt it would be even more popular if it weren’t for the monthly fee Gameloft charged to pay it. Thankfully, in the game’s latest update, Gameloft has finally scrapped the subscription fee and made the role-playing game free to play online after purchasing.

If you’ve got Order & Chaos Online installed on your iOS device, but you’ve hardly played it because you weren’t willing to pay monthly — on top of the $6.99 price tag for the game — then an update is waiting for your in the App Store that you’ll certainly want to install.

Not only does it scrap the subscription fee, but it includes a stack of new features and improvements, including PvP arenas, new questions, new high-level items, a new dungeon, and more. The release notes detail all the changes:

New content & features:

• PvP arenas
• Mounts
• Dungeon #4 (Part 2)
• New quests
• New high-level items
• Teleport: 30-day pass
• Kal Wardin costume
• New GL LIVE!

Polish & adjustments

• Subscription removed
• Russian and Brazilian Portuguese now supported
• New dedicated servers for CN players
• GFX improvements on the biggest devices
• Business skill modification
• Polish of the lottery
• Improved security
• Minor bug fixes

Order & Chaos Online version 1.1.2 can be downloaded from the App Store now using the source link below. It’s a $6.99 purchase that’s compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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  • Justin Gilbert

    Love this game and stopped playing for that exact reason. Wasn’t faulting them for it as I know servers cost money so I’m glad they found a way to make money while keeping the monthly fee off.

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