The Neverwinter MMO has wowed PC gamers for some time now, but very soon a new realm of players will be able to explore this Dungeons & Dragons title.
The free-to-play Neverwinter MMO is coming soon, and those entrenched in the world of Neverwinter will soon have an imposing new foe to worry about.
Perfect World Entertainment has announced that its popular, free-to-play MMORPG, Neverwinter, is coming to consoles, with the Xbox One being its first destination.
Neverwinter has gone into Open Beta and players around the globe are checking out what the new Dungeons & Dragons massively-multiplayer online role-playing game has to offer. To give players some ideas of where to take their adventures, Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Games have released a trailer showing us some of the things to do in the Whispering Caverns.
Neverwinter has come out with a new trailer that highlights an area called Helm's Hold, which is a stronghold for devils and other demonic creatures. The trailer runs through some of the Hold's inhabitants, introducing us to many faces that only a mother could love. Or not.
Neverwinter's neighboring lands and villages seem to ravaged by so many evil forces that we wonder what the housing market is like in the area. One such village is Rothe Valley, which is a small farming community that's been enslaved by a priestess who worships a Spider Queen and offers up citizens as sacrifices. Man, that's gotta suck for the villagers.
In role-playing games, spells and stealth are popular routes to go down when deciding on a character to play. After all, who wouldn't want the power to control the elements, heal wounds, or sneak around in order to inflict high damage? But Neverwinter has a class that should appeal to those who'd rather wear armor made of steel and wield weapons that are bigger than they are. Let's say hello to the Great Weapon Fighter.
Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios' newest massively multiplayer online role-playing game, Neverwinter, has received a date for the start of its open beta. To give prospective players a chance to acquaint themselves with the world of Neverwinter before the beta, they've released a slew of new screenshots and a trailer explaining the story behind the game.
Whenever you play a role-playing game, you're always going to have the three archetypal roles of tank, damage dealer, and a healer. Now, each class-type has its own merits, but some might argue that the healer is the most important because, you know -- they keep you from biting the dust. Let's take a look at the new trailer for Neverwinter's Devoted Cleric!
Neverwinter has a new trailer up, giving us a bit of background on the eponymous, troubled city.