The lights are on
Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios have announced the dates for the Dungeons & Dragons MMORPG's open beta weekends including Feb. 8-10, Mar. 8-10, and Mar. 22-24. Visit the website to register for a chance to be selected to participate in the beta weekends.
Alongside the beta weekends announcement, Perfect World Entertainment has revealed specifics about the new Founder’s Pack Program. Each of the three packs hasits own set of benefits. The Neverwinter Starter Kit, at just $19.99, sets the player up with the basic necessities, while the Guardian of Neverwinter Pack ($59.99) and Hero of the North Founder’s Pack ($199.99) are more advanced. View the video below to get more information on these packs, and visit the Neverwinter Founder’s Pack website to get yours.
that panther looks ferociously adorable.
F2P so I'll definitely give it a try.
is this where all the money they are extorting from the champions community going?
Because the recent "content patches" are just filler content.
(for those who dont know)
-alerts (quick team instances that are just an excuse to make players grind and in most cases new players dont even bother with actual content because of this)
-vehicles (its a vehicle that is just an extra that a player can have: you dont need em its just for style points)
heck: the ongoing event is leading up to a new alert: another piece of filler content
I've been disappointed with every DnD MMO released thus far. And quite frankly, this doesn't look any better.
Can not wait to try this
Will give it a shot
Well I at least plan on taking part in the open beta.
You guys at GameInformer are Idiots this is Closed Beta. Anyone who looked at the forums for half a minute would know that.
F2P. Like it. I'll definitely try it.
Always been a huge fan of DnD games, my favorite ever is Ultimate Alliance on Gamecube (I know it came out for other systems, but this is what I had it for). I loved all the dungeon crawling in that game. This intrigues me as well, and I'm always down for F2P as long as it's not like SWTOR's F2P.
If I had $200 to spare, maybe I would play. But since I don't, I probably won't.
Why is there a chance to get in if it's open beta?