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Submitted by StevenvEekeren 846d ago | interview

Dungeons & Dragons Neverwinter - Designer Interview

Dungeons & Dragons Neverwinter is one of the biggest free-to-play MMO games of the year, offering classic RPG elements within a massively multiplayer action environment. Developed by Cryptic games, the team that built Champions Online and Star Trek Online, and published by Perfect World, the beta received a lot of attention and impressed thousands of new fans. Whether you loved Dungeons & Dragons, dungeon running, online gaming or just classic RPGs, the balance between the different aspects of Neverwinter is superbly done.

In an interview with systems designer Lindsay Haven, we discussed working on the D&D brand, bringing Neverwinter to life, the learning curve and... (Dungeons & Dragons: Neverwinter, Neverwinter, PC)

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