Neverwinter screens show spells, elves, swords and more

Neverwinter Logo

By on August 16, 2012 at 2:00 pm

As is custom with Gamescom we are beginning to be overloaded with new screens, and these ones from the upcoming Neverwinter MMO are particularly gorgeous. With its strong focus on community-created content and toolkits, I’m very excited to see what Atari can do when this launches.

Source: Press Release

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Looks good! To date the best RPG experience I’ve had was on a NWN 1 custom server hosted in Perth called “Melnibone” and modelled after the books by Michael Moorcock.

It was all modelled from scratch and hosted by a veteran of pen-and-paper D&D with mandatory roleplaying and a small, but great community of players. Fighting your way through a cave only to suddenly have it flood, or an earthquake that meant you needed to get out fast! The times when a DM came on were few, but it made for some fantastic quests and random encounters! I miss it to this day :(

 

Looks good, Im interested to see more.

 

its so gonna be a wow clone isn’t it

 

To be a WoW clone it would have to have cartoony graphics and grindy quests. Sick of every MMO being compared to an outdated game. Hoping it will be a smoother and slicker version of DDO online with the dungeon quests, tricks and traps to boot.

Fingers crossed its not going to be another fail in a huge market of fails at the moment.

 
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