Neverwinter: Uprising MMORPG Now Available On PC (VIDEO)
Cryptic Studios’ 6 year-old title Neverwinter: Uprising has officially made its way from console to PC, providing a new platform with an MMORPG steeped in Dungeons & Dragons lore. The arrival of the title on PC brings with it the ability to choose the Gith as a playable race, with VIP players gaining immediate access to the Gith, while everyone else will have to wait two weeks. The developer made the announcement via a brief launch trailer, giving viewers a small taste of what to expect from the game. Check it out below:
“In Neverwinter, explore and defend one of the most beloved cities from the Dungeons & Dragons Forgotten Realms campaign setting, as it rises from the ashes of destruction,” the game’s description reads. “Epic stories, action combat and classic roleplaying await those heroes courageous enough to enter the fantastic world of Neverwinter!”
- Completely Free-to-play: You don’t have to pay to adventure in Faerûn. All playable content from level 1 to level cap is completely free to experience!
- Dungeons & Dragons Experience: Whether you play table-top or immerse yourself in Dungeons & Dragons stories, experience iconic locations, classes, and encounters — with both heroes and villains — on your journey through the Forgotten Realms.
- Engaging Action Combat: Move swiftly and boldly through your encounters to maximize your combat effectiveness. Every attack, ability, and dodge will require planning, reflexes and precise execution.
Neverwinter: Uprising is now available free-to-play for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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