Cryptic Studios and Perfect World Entertainment has just sent out a mass email sharing that Dungeos & Dragons: Neverwinter is now live. With the game finally out of it’s beta stage you can now go around creating your own quests for others to play in the Foundry, participate in dungeons, skirmishes, PvP, Professions, and other events and contests. Also, you can now utilize the Neverwinter Gateway (summary: you can access your account and do stuff on a web browser without logging into the 3D client).
Alongside with the add-on features, the official release also ushers in the release of Gauntlgrym, Neverwinter‘s new twist on level 60 PvP and PvE content. Neverwinter also introduces the Alchemy profession.
The other addition to the game’s release is the permanent price drop of a few items in the Neverwinter Zen Market. The game also undergoes a big balance and gameplay update, which included hundreds of fixes and improvements that were a direct result of Open Beta community feedback and support.
I for one am quite tempted to play the game since some of my friends have invited me to join them in Neverwinter. But for now, I’ll be keeping my eyes on the game and see whatever changes the game would take place and see if I can spend a few hours a day playing NWN.
For more info on what happened upon the game’s official launch click on this link.