5 of the Best MOBA Games to Keep You Glued to Your PC

5 Best PC MOBA Games to Keep You Glued to Your PC

MOBA games are becoming quite popular in the online gaming community with over a billion players. In MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena), two teams with multiple players go against each other on a dedicated map. Both teams select different heroes (mostly mythical creatures) and use their powers to move forward and destroy enemies and their bases to win.

This adds quite a punch, as people get to control characters from hundreds of different characters with new experiences with each game played. If you are interested in MOBA games, then you must be looking to try out some of the best titles. Here are five of the best  MOBA games that will surely keep you glued to your PC.

1. League of Legends


League of Legends (LoL) is one of the most popular MOBA games with over twenty-seven million daily players and above sixty-seven million monthly players. You can choose from more than 125 champions to battle on four different maps with different goals. There are tons of different items, runes, and masteries that can be used to increase the power of your champions and battle.

It is not that confusing and provides dedicated tutorials for beginners to start. Only thing that is limited to purchase with real money are Champion Skins; everything else can be purchased using in-game currency called IP points. Both free players and paying players can play the game without any in-game advantage over each other.



SMITE is actually a 3D MOBA game where the camera is placed at the back of the player not on top. This actually makes things quite interesting and difficult, as it is hard to keep up with how your teammates are doing, and both enemies and you can attack from behind. SMITE is definitely not recommended for MOBA beginners, as it is quite difficult to play compared to other MOBAs.

Furthermore, the game is completely based on skill shots. You need to aLing your auto-attacks and spells to hit the enemy. You can also purchase items and abilities in-game to cater to the needs of the match.

3. Dota 2

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Dota 2 is quite similar to League of Legends with a similar game play and reputation. You can choose from tons of different heroes and use their abilities to battle in five vs. five matches. In Dota 2 the heroes are already unlocked, so there is no need to purchase heroes. It can be both a good and bad thing based on how you like your game.

It also keeps free and paying players balanced by only selling skins and custom item designs. Furthermore, it also has amazing graphics (quite heavy as well) that can be torn down to be light enough to play on older devices.

4. Heroes of the Storm


Heroes of the Storm is a new game offered by Blizzard Entertainment that has made a lot of fanfare with over 9 million signups in the Beta version. It consists of heroes from all the different titles of Blizzard Entertainment like StarCraft 2, Diablo III, Warcraft, etc.

It has some really amazing graphics and complete tutorials for beginners to learn each aspect of the game. It can be a great start for a beginner due to its simple design and dedicated instructions.

5. Strife


Strife is a combination of MOBA and MMORPG that completely focuses on creating a friendly atmosphere and reducing player toxicity. It focuses more on support roles with sharing and health regeneration features to make the game easy and less competitive. The plot is the same as any other MOBA game where two teams battle to destroy each other’s main base.

Like MMORPGs, you can get pets and level them up to get buffs and abilities. There is also a crafting system that makes the game more interesting. Furthermore, Strife is also very light on the system resources.


Above are the most popular MOBA games that are extremely addictive and fun to play. If you are a beginner, you might have to spend some time learning the genre, but it is totally worth it. We recommend playing League of Legends or Strife if you are new at these games. Let us know which game is your favorite and also other popular MOBA games that are not in the above list.

Karrar Haider

Karrar is drenched in technology and always fiddles with new tech opportunities. He has a bad habit of calling technology “Killer”, and doesn't feel bad about spending too much time in front of the PC. If he is not writing about technology, you will find him spending quality time with his little family.

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