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Spartan2 Servidor duradero y de calidad

Max Lv: 200
Type: Oldschool
Spartan2 Servidor duradero y de calidad


Mythesia2 | Devour your Enemies in Battle

Max Lv: 120
Type: Newschool
Mythesia2 | Devour your Enemies in Battle

Mythesia2 | Devour your Enemies in Battle

Metin2 Pserver - What is that?

Simply put, a Metin2 P-Server is the following: From the basic structure, the same game as the official Metin2 server, but in most cases, they got new content and game-improving features. P-servers are mostly the opposite of what the official Metin2 offers. Fast achievements, new systems, and attention to detail make up most private servers. Read more...

A significant factor why p-servers have gained so much popularity is the factor that the official Metin2 is moving faster and faster and more into the "Pay2Win" track. While it is on the official Metin2 server only possible to be the best by investing a lot of money, you can belong to the best on private servers for free if you invest enough time. Also, P-servers offer an item shop where you can get coins for real money to buy game items, but this is usually much cheaper than the official Metin2 server. Often, item shop items are also available in the game by farming.

Since the private server admins are mostly Metin2 players themselves, P-servers are much more tailored to the player and optimized because the admins are, unlike the company that operates the official Metin2 server, very close to the action. Another advantage that the admins of P-servers have is to have the freedom in any situation to do what is best for the server. Game adjustments, new systems or events can be added to the game at any time, thus keeping the complete server climate always at the highest level. In summary: Should you play a Metin2 private server? If you are tired of hours of levelling, boring questing and spending a lot of money, then you should definitely try a private server. And if you need help figuring out where to start your search, our toplist is a perfect place to start.

Metin2 Pserver - The Making

The first Metin2 private servers were created after the release of the official Metin2 server files, which hobby programmers took advantage of to create private servers for the first time. Probably the most well-known program over which in the early days the Pserver ran was the VPN client “Hamachi”. In the beginning, the curiosity and the fun at developing new worlds were what the programmers drove, but the more time passed, the more today’s “P-Server scene” rose.

The hobby programmers have developed into experienced Server Admins and manage today’s servers with sometimes thousands of players. A significant role in the Emergence of today’s Metin2 Pserver scene played the website “ElitePvPers”, short “EPvP”. EPvP offers a forum for exchanging news, hacks, information and everything else around Metin2 private servers. Even today, EPvP is still one of the most popular forums regarding Pserver and contact points for server admins who want to promote their server.

As in any online game, there are so-called hacks or bot programs for Metin2. Even if this part of the Metin2 Community is viewed negatively, this is nevertheless a huge part of what keeps Metin2 alive, even after so long. Probably the best-known cheat program was the Metin2 bot “M2BoB”. To sum it up, the P-Server scene has been created by many individuals and security holes of the official Metin2 server, to what we know today.

Metin2 Pserver - The Categories

Naturally, everyone has a different idea of what the perfect Metin2 server is. For this reason, a classification has evolved over the years between 3 different types of servers: Oldschool, Middleschool and Newschool. These terms are meant to give new players who don't know a server yet an overview of what kind of Private Server it is approximately. But what do these terms mean?

An Oldschool Server is characterized by staying within the original content. A not too high Max. Level (99-105), hardly up to no new systems, and increased expenditure of time should be necessary to get to the end equipment. Oldschool servers are still one of the most popular categories regarding Metin2 Pservers because new players find their way around quickly. Looking for an Oldschool server? Have a look here: Oldschool Server

A Middleschool server is a mix of Oldschool and Newschool servers. While there are often already new systems and possibly an increased level (100-150), it is not too far from the original gameplay. The perfect Middleschool server strikes a balance between the old Metin2 feel and new systems/improvements that make the Metin2 world a bit more exciting. Middleschool servers are especially popular for players who used to play official Metin2 and want something new that doesn't deviate too far from the original. Looking for a middleschool server? Check it out here: Mixed Server

A Newschool Server is entirely different from what you know from the official server. A high max. Level (200), new maps, new systems and sometimes even new classes. Those who have never played a Newschool Server will get to know Metin2 in a completely different way the first time. Newschool servers are meant for Players who want to completely get away from the old familiar Metin2 and dive into a new world with unlimited possibilities. Looking for a Newschool server? Check it out here: Newschool Server

Of course, some PServers do not identify with these 3 terms. For example, besides the 3 standard categories, there are also PvP (Player vs Player) servers, on which the PvM (Player vs Monster) factor is completely absent, and everything is about fighting against other players. However, the Admins of the Pserver usually choose one of the 3 generic terms to give the players right at the beginning an overview of what kind of Pserver it is.

Metin2 Pserver - The server names

Someone who has never dealt with the Metin2 PServer scene in the past can quickly get confused when they see all the different names of the servers. Since each server is an individual, it inherently needs a unique name to create a recognition value. The names of the private servers you see on toplists or presentations have nothing to do with the server itself but are simply the name that a server admin has given to its Pserver. Those who have been in the Metin2 scene for a long time and have established themselves with good work would, of course, like to be recognized. PServer names such as Rubinum, Aeldra or World of Metin (WoM) have already burned themselves into many players' heads and therefore earned the trust of numerous players.

If you now feel like playing a Metin2 pserver yourself, visit our ranking where you can find the best servers that are currently online.