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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:23pm 24/08/10 | 6 Comments
Neverwinter is coming back (which is a shame, because I love winter), in the hands of Cryptic Studios, Atari and R.A. Salvatore, exclusively for the PC and alongside a new trilogy of books and Wizards of the Coast table top trading card game. The game is an online experience, though not much more is revealed.
In Neverwinter, players choose to become one of five classic D&D classes and team up with friends or computer-controlled allies to form five-person co-op groups. Players also create their own storylines and quests utilizing an extremely user-friendly content generation system, tentatively codenamed Forge.
According to the press release, the game will be made available as an online co-op experience in Q4, 2011 and will be prefaced by the first Salvatore book, Gauntlgrym (October 5). We have no art or any other info, but stay tuned.



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infi
Posted 03:31pm 24/8/10
:O Neverwinter Nights 2 was an evil addictive game.
d^
Posted 05:46pm 24/8/10
(Never) made it past the first one with its 100000 add-ons (winter nights).
Sipawhore
Posted 05:49pm 24/8/10
R.A. Salvatore is a legendary writer, this will be most epic :D
Eorl
Posted 07:52pm 24/8/10
Hmmm. I don't trust Cryptic Studios. Just had bad experience with their rushed and s***** MMO's.
carson
Posted 11:22pm 24/8/10
Wonder if it'll use the 4th edition rules.
greazy
Posted 06:51am 25/8/10
I really liked the first one. Too bad I'm horrible at rpg's/stat management. Wasn't the second one simply the first with a few added features and horrible camera angels?
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