REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – Today, Perfect World Entertainment Inc., a leading publisher of free-to-play MMORPGs, and Cryptic Studios announced that Neverwinter – the Dungeons & Dragons-based, free-to-play MMORPG – is coming to PlayStation® 4 summer 2016. Set along the iconic Sword Coast, Neverwinter transports players into a fully realized roleplaying experience based on Wizards of the Coast’s storied franchise with a living world and immersive fantasy storylines, all for free.
When it arrives on PlayStation® 4, Neverwinter will feature all existing content from the base game, including eight playable classes and nine expansions. This includes the game’s latest update, The Maze Engine, allowing players to experience the latest Dungeons & Dragons adventures with their friends. Neverwinter on PlayStation® 4 will be free-to-play for all console owners (PlayStation® Plus not required) and features controls optimized to incorporate the DualShock 4’s touchpad and Party Chat integration.
“Neverwinter on PlayStation® 4 secures Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic’s place on consoles,” said Bryan Huang, CEO for Perfect World Entertainment. “Our goal with Neverwinter has always been to deliver a high-quality, D&D MMORPG that exceeds our players’ expectations. As the PlayStation Nation makes their way through the Forgotten Realms, we look forward to expanding the Neverwinter experience with our upcoming expansion, Storm King’s Thunder, and beyond.”
Neverwinter is a free-to-play action MMORPG that features fast-paced combat and epic dungeons. Players explore the vast city of Neverwinter and its surrounding countryside, learning the vivid history of the iconic city in the Forgotten Realms and battling its many enemies. Neverwinter is currently available on PC and is free to play digitally on Xbox One with Gold from the Xbox Games Store. The game will also be available on PlayStation® 4 for all users in summer 2016.
For more information about Neverwinter on PlayStation® 4, visit https://ps4.playneverwinter.com.
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