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Neverwinter Open Beta Is Here

Today, Cryptic Studios and Perfect World Entertainment officially launched the Open Beta of Neverwinter. Neverwinter is a Free-To-Play Action-MMORPG based on Dungeons & Dragons Neverwinter title.

I'm not really familiar with Dungeons & Dragons but I did play Dungeons & Dragons Online when it went Free-To-Play. I just didn't play it long enough to become familiar with the Lore and whatnot. Besides, Dungeons & Dragons Online and Neverwinter are two very different MMORPG.

How To Play Neverwinter

Neverwinter is Free-To-Play which means it's FREE. All you have to do to start playing Neverwinter is get a Free PWE Account, download the game from the official Neverwinter website and  install the game client. When installed, Neverwinter will use less than 4GB (3.8GB) of hard drive space.

Neverwinter Open Beta

Remember, the Open Beta of Neverwinter is already like the Commercial Launch of the game. Character Wipes won't happen anymore. If you messed up your first two free characters then, to create new characters, your only options are to buy extra character slots, delete your messed-up characters or create a new account.

Play Neverwinter

Neverwinter is an Action-MMORPG. If you are familiar with RaiderZ, Hellgate, Vindictus and DragonNest then you won't have problems playing Neverwinter. It's very easy to play and the game is very easy to understand.

To learn more about Neverwinter and to play it for free, CLICK HERE!

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