Perfect World Entertainment, a leading publisher of free-to-play online MMO games, today announced the forming of a brand new department aimed at taking PWE's biggest MMO games to both current and next-generation consoles.
Nice! I will love playing Neverwinter with my friends on PS4.
Same lol never played it cuz dload took long but if its for ps4 ill play it like all other mmo so far. Hopes more mmos come to ps4 except wow >.> everyone knows why lol.
Nice, Perfect World is one of the best F2P MMO makers around.
Cool! MMO's on consoles. Looking forward to this.
I really want Planetside 2 and and the new Everquest! But there are already MMOs on consoles (AFAIK). PS4 has DC Online, Blacklight Retribution, Warframe. PS3 has a bunch including FFXIV (which is coming to 4).
Awesome, I love D&D related games
Started playing this on PC last night, this is how Dragon Age 2 should of been handled. Great game, lots of action, way better than WoW.
It's a really solid MMO too. Hell, the game is a decent single-player RPG in itself.
Consolers 'You are not prepared'... ...for micro transaction at its extreme.
Star Trek Online is cool. Both D&D games are good. You guys should like these games a F2P options.
Quite surprised by the response to this article tbh. Most of PWE's MMO's are garbage but I guess to each their own :D Glad it will make a lot of the console fans happy :D
I pretty much avoid their games like the plague. Especially Neverwinter is P2W at its finest. I'm not too worried about their games coming to consoles, but the quality is definitely diminished. What does worry me, is that a increasing number of MMO's are consolized. Meaning that they're turning into Action games.
I've always wanted Runescape on consoles :( am I the only one?
Sweet! Sign me up for some Neverwinter on my XB1!
Didn't Ncsoft make a similar statement back in the day about PS3? Hopefully this one actually works out.
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