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IGN: DDO Unlimited Update 3: Removing the Barriers

Last week, Turbine released a major update to its free-to-play MMORPG, Dungeons and Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited, offering more free high-level content to its players. If you haven't really been following it, DDO was first released as a subscription-based game in 2006, but was later re-designed as a free-to-play game and re-released as DDO Unlimited late last year.

It seems that the move was a wise one, revitalizing a game that was fast losing its place in a crowded market and at the same time, raising the bar on free-to-play MMOs. In fact in its new niche, DDO won the nod of several online publications as the Best F2P MMO of 2009.

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