Dungeons & Dragons Online's Menace of the Underdark expansion launches on June 25, bringing with it the new Druid class, seen here dragging its ass across the carpet. Somebody get me a rolled-up newspaper.
The most disappointing aspect of Dungeons & Dragons Online was that the game was set in Stormreach instead of the much more popular Forgotten Realms campaign setting. Turbine rectifies that mistake with the first expansion pack for the six-year-old MMO, Menace of the Underdark.
It's been five years since Turbine opened the port of Smuggler's Rest to adventurers heeding the call of Dungeons & Dragons Online, and to Smuggler's Rest they'll return for the new quests and special gifts of a special anniversary event.
Exploring alternative commerce models for Dungeons & Dragons Online, Turbine recently created an offer wall, where players could complete "special offers" in exchange for points. Due to tremendous negative user feedback, Turbine has now torn down that wall.
After a rather lucrative week's worth of testing the waters, Turbine has launched Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited, the free-to-play rebirth of Dungeons & Dragons Online.
The Eberron Unlimited upgrade for Dungeons and Dragons Online is coming this summer, bringing new quests, a new class, a cash store, and a higher level cap, all while introducing a new free-to-play business model.