DDO Interview with James Jones

Posted Thu, Jul 27, 2006 by LadySirse

An Update With James Jones

FiringSquad had a chance to sit down with James Jones to find out how things are going with Dungeons and Dragons Online since it's launch eariler this year.

Last February, Turbine launched Dungeons and Dragons Online, one of the most anticipated MMORPGs of 2006. In the months after the game's official launch Turbine has released new free content for the game as well as a new single player mode. To get an update on DDO's progress FiringSquad got a chance to chat with Turbine executive producer James Jones.

FiringSquad: First, Dungeons and Dragons Online has been online for a few months now. Overall is Turbine happy with the number of subscribers for the game and the game's overall reaction so far?

James Jones: We are very happy with the way the game has grown since our launch. New players are discovering DDO everyday and we are very busy rolling up major updates to the game. We are currently operating in North America and Europe and are planning to expand to Japan and China later this year.

Read the rest of this interview and then head over to DDO Ten Ton Hammer and share your thoughts with us.

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