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Submitted by alexkayl 590d ago | videocast

Free to Play Unlimited : Ep. 27: Neverwinter, War Thunder, RaiderZ, KingsRoad, Transformers Universe

Free To Play Unlimited with Oxana is the exclusive FreeMMOStation.com webshow about free MMORPG and F2P games. The team will bring you exciting news, quizzes, the most anticipated games and more. In this episode Neverwinter reveals its beta dates and founder’s packs, War Thunder flies into open beta, RaiderZ gets its first expansion (Broken Silence) and Wizardry Online is finally released. The First Look is dedicated to the impressive KingsRoad, a f2p browser-based game for fans of loot and Diablo. In Face Off, two free online shooters go head-to-head: Absolute Force Online and District 187: Sin Streets. The Most Wanted game of the week is Transformers Universe, from the makers of RuneScape. (Absolute Force Online, District 187: Sin Streets, KingsRoad, Neverwinter, PC, Raiderz, Transformers Universe, War Thunder, Wizardry Online)

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