MIR4 review - It's RPG Madness!

By , on August 30, 2021
Last modified 2 weeks, 2 days ago

MIR4 is an awesome game developed by Korean developers Wemade Co. Ltd. It was in early access until now but it recently got released globally. It is an MMORPG with action-packed fighting and a beautiful storyline that many players will find mind-boggling. In this article, we will try to give an overview of the game with the pros and cons we found.


Most of the time it follows the standards of the RPG genre; so you won't feel left out in terms of gameplay experience. You can select a specific character out of four and customize him/her according to your liking. You can also change the name of the character. There is an interesting story at the beginning that will enable you to get a rough idea of the game.

The environment in the game is very realistic and also explorable. It looks and feels very similar to a very high-end AAA title, but it's all for free. There were quite a few issues in the early access, but all of them are fixed in the full release, and also the servers appear to be working flawlessly.

Graphics and GUI

The graphics of the game are one of the best in this genre. The environment in the game is filled with action and very realistic visuals. The fight scenes are also very graphic intense, which provides a very good experience for proper gameplay. The lighting and shadows are on point, with character modules refined and perfectly collaborated with the environment. Every minute detail is efficiently handled, and you will hardly find any drawbacks when it comes to graphics and user interface.

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Controls and Accessibility

The controls are very easy to use and handy. You will have all your MMO quick access toggles on the left, the accessibility tab on the top right, and your main controls on the bottom right of your screen. You can quickly access your inventory as well as important in-game stuff from the quick access toggles. For fights and movements, the analogue will switch between weapons and movement sticks. In totality, the controls are optimized quite well.


The only drawback that I found was a bit of delay in graphics and voice modules. Also, the battery optimization needs to be checked on. The servers are not the best but also not the worst. There are some minor lag and delay issues in online multiplayer. Rest everything is in favour of the game.


On average, if we see this game is one of the best RPG's out there because of its extensive experience with an excellent storyline and visuals. I recommend playing this game as it will keep you entertained for hours, and there won't be a single dull moment. Hopefully, the developers will keep updating the game for bugs and issue fixes in the future so that the players can get the best gameplay experience throughout.

MIR4 is available to download on the Google Play Store and iOS App Store.