Ragnarok M - Eternal Love

Ragnarok M - Eternal Love for PC

Written by Gravity Interactive, Inc.


  • Release date: 2019-01-11
  • Current version: 1.0.4
  • File size: 1.96 GB
  • Compatibility: Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista and Macintosh OS

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Download and install Ragnarok M - Eternal Love on your Laptop or Desktop computer

4.5 Rating: 4.5 - 10,219 votes

If you want to install and use the Ragnarok M - Eternal Love app on your PC or Mac, you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use this app for your computer in 4 simple steps below:



Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software here


Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to accept the license agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.
If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.


Step 3: for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type Ragnarok M - Eternal Love in the search bar and press Search. Click on Ragnarok M - Eternal Love application icon. A window of Ragnarok M - Eternal Love on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the icon. Click on it and start using the application.


Step 4: for Mac OS

Hi. Mac user!
The steps to use this app for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. The links are provided in step one


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Ragnarok M - Eternal Love Software Features and Description

Ragnarok M: Eternal Love brings Rune Midgard to life, reinterpreting the art style that has been beloved by players for over 16 years. Classic gameplay features return with a modern touch! Hold hands, discover the world of Rune Midgard, and experience all the adventures that await in Ragnarok M: Eternal Love! -Modern Look/Classic Art Style New and full 3D art that enhances the classic art style. Beautiful designs for the cities of Prontera, Geffen, Payon, and so many more! Amazing characters, mounts, pets, and gear! New weather system to help immerse you into the game experience even further! -Open World Adventure Learn the epic stories within Rune Midgard through a non-linear narrative! Go anywhere, avoid level limitations, and set out to explore the world. Each NPC hold a unique story! -Hold Hands and Discover Rune Midgard Detailed and engaging game design: camera controls, holding hands, listen to music. Every design choice is made to improve the player’s gaming experience. -Join a team! Beat the MVPs! Choose between 5 different main classes and start your journey! Join a team to defeat powerful MVP monsters and get awesome equipment and MVP cards!

Top Reviews

  • What the game needs

    5
    By NPhryme
    1.) Partying system: Allow to add to party regardless of channel and be able to click on the group picture to teleport to them. Going to Izlude is tedious just to change channels. 2.)Resolution is only at 720p for phones? My iPad is at 2k resolution which doesn’t make sense compared to my iPhone X that has a better screen. Needs to be revamped. 3.)Increase the font because they are too small and hurts the eyes. Put an option to increase the size of the text. 4.)next update should add more 2nd classes, but I know it barely came out. 5.)More customizations for character when creating. Deletion time 5 hours? That’s even tedious than the channel change thing. 6.) Please! Increase the movement speed. It’s slow and takes a while to get to places. Please add an option for joystick or tap only. 7.) The most important of all of them is lag issues. Improvement to stability is definitely needed. 8.) Please ban cheaters permanently, and get rid of bots. 7 days is like saying time-out and I hope you learn your lesson kind of message that they will not listen too. Review: I played RO before it became well known. Basically, when it came out. It’s similar to the game and that’s what I love about it. No auto-attack’s nonsense most mobile games do. You’re in control. I recommend this game to anyone. But what I suggested, please consider. A long time fan always.
  • Too Bad, Really

    2
    By Libertiesweretaken
    I was looking forward to something similar to the old school grind fest that was IRO, where every level was an accomplishment and partying up was the only real way to stand a chance against in game bosses. Ragnarok M is different and refreshing at the beginning. The game is still an MMORPG and many of the in game items are similar to the original or third party servers of old. Class availability and skill structures have been tinkered with to seemingly try to balance out gameplay, albeit unsuccessfully. Where it falls short is that it has, as you may have already seen, in game purchases. Unfortunately, pretty soon after starting play and questing through the first few areas it becomes apparent every boss monster, from the lowly Smokie to the mighty Baphomet, is being farmed by the same dozen or so “pay to win” players. The type of people who have more money than brains. Those who feel they must use said money to buy their way to the pinnacle of the game so they can feel Godly next to players foolish enough to just play a “free” game for fun.
  • I look forward to good times.

    5
    By Orion Ramon
    First review since official launched. I been looking forward to this. I registered, I got a text from this company about a week ago, last week’s Wednesday, & now the official launch. I hope this games lives up to expectations. To the host company, learn from other games & company’s mistakes, & do the things that make all users, free to play & play to win, happy. Do not be disloyal to anyone, especially if they are either honest, sincere, or blunt, even all 3, with your staff. If a customer gives your staff a heads up, head the warning & take it seriously. Do not wait for public shaming in order to fix a problem, with the game or the users. If you wait for fb posts about people harassing or threatening or spamming or cheating, you are to late. Listen to users & reach out often. If you know of a bug, a a different version from the global version has a fix, install the fix fast. Do not wait till later on a schedule to install the fix. If you give the users what they came to this game for, you will have loyal users. If you “toy with”, “jerk ya around”, or “insult our intelligence”, you will lose customers. I hope you are consistent, & loyal, to those that play your games. Good luck in 2019 year. I hope this game is around for several years.
  • Not worth a 1 Star

    5
    By X27001
    To the people bashing on the game and giving it poor reviews... it’s literally been out for like a day, there’s no way you can label this pay to win or a money grab in that amount of time, y’all are just salting looking to rant for no reason. This game has a TON of content, players could literally spend all day playing and still have not done everything to do before the daily reset. If you’re looking for an in depth, visually stunning game that you don’t want to get bored with then this is your game. I can see playing it for a long long time... One thing is that the learning curve can seem sharp at first, but that’s because there really is so much to the game. Just check out some videos if you’re stuck (there’s plenty out there) and you’ll be moving right along...

Software Reviews

  • I can't really rate it XD

    3
    By Just a guy 4
    Now I've play RO a bit in the past and then I found this recently and well as in the title I can't really rate it mostly cause I can't get in the game before it crashes. Though I hope they fix it a bit more that way I can play this very promising looking game.
  • Nobody has time for that

    1
    By ThatRallyBoi
    So the biggest problem I have with this game is that everything has to load.
  • Too Bad, Really

    2
    By Libertiesweretaken
    I was looking forward to something similar to the old school grind fest that was IRO, where every level was an accomplishment and partying up was the only real way to stand a chance against in game bosses. Ragnarok M is different and refreshing at the beginning. The game is still an MMORPG and many of the in game items are similar to the original or third party servers of old. Class availability and skill structures have been tinkered with to seemingly try to balance out gameplay, albeit unsuccessfully. Where it falls short is that it has, as you may have already seen, in game purchases. Unfortunately, pretty soon after starting play and questing through the first few areas it becomes apparent every boss monster, from the lowly Smokie to the mighty Baphomet, is being farmed by the same dozen or so “pay to win” players. The type of people who have more money than brains. Those who feel they must use said money to buy their way to the pinnacle of the game so they can feel Godly next to players foolish enough to just play a “free” game for fun.
  • What more could I want?

    5
    By Bloodsugar11
    A re-imagined version of Ragnarok Online that fills the childhood void in my heart. Everything is better and more streamline with the same difficulty and adventure as the first one. The bad? They successfully killed the botting and zeny-sellers from the original game by adding in their own. They have an installed botting system that lets you do other things while your game is running. I personally don’t like it but others love it. They let you buy straight up zeny from their cash shop. It’s priced so high that I have not seen it abused much. The last bad issue is that they keep adding 1% damage account bonuses to their event items. If they keep it up, eventually we will have obscenely powerful veterans with +100% damage to all their characters. That will definitely be an issue in the future. These types of things should not scare you from playing the game, however. It is a blast to level up and enjoy for a very long time.
  • Haven’t gotten to even play

    1
    By toobadsosadde
    Game would t not even load up to play the first time I tried. After 15 attempts to start the game and a crash every time I just deleted off my phone without ever playing.
  • Its lit!

    5
    By KaptainKook
    Honestly i like this more than when i used to play on the pc! Its got a fresh face, and a huge community already. Ive tried playing a ton of different mmorpgs on mobile over the years and honestly all of them came off as pretty cheesy. But this, this is both a hint of nostalgia and a superbly executed mobile experience! 💖💕
  • Recommend!

    5
    By S3Tanya
    I love ragnarok and it was my first mmorpg i played. The same like before but graphics are way better and the functions! But please fix the lag part and so hard to change channels! Maybe it would be easier if you can change channels in “option” or “map settings”. Card drop rates are super hard!! I’ve been farming for archer skeleton card since i played this game. 3 weeks now and nothing drop at all. I love this game and I will support and play this to the very end.
  • It’s okay

    3
    By Missa0411
    I really like and enjoy this game, however there are a few problems... For example almost everything I buy doesn’t show on my character, and I feel it’s harder to earn things that DO show on my character. Also after a while the game gets a little repetitive..
  • A jerky, painful Rollercoaster ride

    1
    By TheBlueLotus
    So I decided to play this game, because I'm nostalgic as hell, as I imagine many people who play this are as well. I played iro back in the day, and had fond memories of painfully hitting 99 in the icecaves with an icepick with my guildies, and my first time breaking an emp in WoE. I remember laughing on vent, and making friends that I shared much in common with. This isn't that sort of game. While I love my guildies here, often the world chat is full of toxic attention seekers, and nasty people. There are no mods, i have no way to submit tickets aside from Facebook, and hoping for a fix that doesn't happen. I've spent money on this game for a "chance" at gear, or paying premium that is only for one char and not the entire account. That's bizarre. What I find to be painful is knowing that people openly brag about CHEATING and using add ons to get to the mvp first, and somehow get a ton in a row, one after another... And nothing is done about it. I'm an adult, and spent money on a game full of whales, d'oh. There is a lot of lag, it's constant grinding, and the party system is bonkers. Temp bans let cheaters come back with 900 mins of combat time, so it's as if they were never gone, and they go right back to it and brag in wc. Some girl even broadcasts selling her nudes, and has new gear, and curses people out that tell her to quit whining for help. Yet she's still in the game after selling things out of the game. There's no punishment for people that break TOS.
  • Pc and mobile? Also Add On hackers? Do something

    1
    By Lee sin X
    It’s not fair people play on the mobile because it’s a mobile game. But other players play on the pc using an emulator. They are also Add On hackers who basically ruin the game. Add On are cheats where you can use to get advantage of the game. For example, Add On user can teleport any where in the game, even on MVP mini bosses and boss. They can also open shops anywhere they want. There is also more to that. How do I know about this? There is already YouTube videos on this already and I follow and YouTube who told it in a video. The developers doesn’t give a rats about the players and care about making money off of us. This game is going to die within a year.