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Springtime for Neverwinter’s open beta

4 Apr 2013  by   Peter Parrish
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If you didn’t manage to nab a key from us for the most recent Neverwinter closed beta weekend, do not despair. Cryptic and Perfect World have announced that the game will enter full open beta on 30 April, so you only have to wait another few weeks to have access.

“On April 30, we go into Open Beta. That’s when the world we’ve labored for years to build comes to life – that’s when every gamer can login and play what we’ve worked so hard to create,” says Cryptic’s Craig Zinkievich, hopping from foot to foot in an excited manner.

Anybody who shelled out sums of cash to be a Founder for the free-to-play MMO will get an early look (on 12 April) at the game’s professions system, during a fourth closed beta weekend.

It’s still possible to get yourself in on (along with some other perks) that by becoming a Founder.

If you’re looking at all of this, scratching your head and wondering “what the hell am I doing here? what is Neverwinter? who ARE you people?” then you should probably seek medical help. But the middle question can be answered by the following trailer.

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  1. sorudo

    “100% free to play” and that from cryptic?
    when do they stop lying to players, i have never seen F2P and cryptic go and to hand on a good way.
    maybe perfect world kicks them to the right directions but i have doubts, up until now all i have seen from cryptic is greedy limitations and annoying money making systems.

    April 4, 2013 at 8:35 pm

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