Neverwinter Nights 2 Includes DDO Trial

More D&D fun than you can roll some dice at... One of the most anticipated titles of winter 2006 just got a little better. The Atari Group announced today that with every European retail copy of Neverwinter Nights 2, players will receive a free 7-day trial of Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach. Neverwinter Nights 2 will include a code for a seven day free trial of DUNGEONS & DRAGONS ONLINE™: Stormreach™, and also that module 3, The Demon Sands, is now available bringing a string of new gameplay enhancements to the hit title. DUNGEONS & DRAGONS ONLINE: Stormreach is based on the world-renowned DUNGEONS & DRAGONS® brand franchise from Wizards of the Coast, Inc., a subsidiary of Hasbro, Inc. The game is developed by Turbine, published in Europe by Atari and operated by Codemasters Online Gaming. No NN2 joy for North Americans, but you can still pick up the game for a $29.95 digital download at the DDO official site. You can read the same thing with more words by viewing the press release, but I'd recommend checking out the DDO - Ten Ton Hammer community site instead.

More D&D fun than you can roll some dice at...

One of the most anticipated titles of winter 2006 just got a little better. The Atari Group announced today that with every European retail copy of Neverwinter Nights 2, players will receive a free 7-day trial of Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach.

Neverwinter Nights 2 will include a code for a seven day free trial of DUNGEONS & DRAGONS ONLINE™: Stormreach™, and also that module 3, The Demon Sands, is now available bringing a string of new gameplay enhancements to the hit title. DUNGEONS & DRAGONS ONLINE: Stormreach is based on the world-renowned DUNGEONS & DRAGONS® brand franchise from Wizards of the Coast, Inc., a subsidiary of Hasbro, Inc. The game is developed by Turbine, published in Europe by Atari and operated by Codemasters Online Gaming.

No NN2 joy for North Americans, but you can still pick up the game for a $29.95 digital download at the DDO official site. You can read the same thing with more words by viewing the press release, but I'd recommend checking out the DDO - Ten Ton Hammer community site instead.

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