DDO Unlimited Announces Head Start Program

by: Chad -
More On: Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited
Turbine announced today that Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited that a head start is now live for all current and former subscribers as well as those who particpated in the closed beta.  This basically gives participants the opportunity to get in game and experience it all before the game opens to everyone else on September 9th.

To sweeten the deal even more, if you had an active subscription on July 31st, 2009, you are eligible for extra Turbine Points.  These can be used for items in the DDO Store such as potions, extra character slots, and adventure packs. 

What about all the rest of us that aren't in that group?  We have the following new screenshots on which we can feast our eyes.


First Premium Free to Play MMO Opens to Select Players

Turbine, Inc. announced today that Dungeons & Dragons Online®: Eberron Unlimited™ (DDO Unlimited), the premium free-to-play massively multiplayer online role playing game (MMORPG), is now live for all current and former subscribers as well as recent participants in the closed beta. DDO Unlimited introduces an innovative new pricing model that allows players to download and play for free, purchasing adventure packs, items, and account services a la carte from the new DDO Store, or to subscribe to get unlimited access to all of the game’s content.

DDO Unlimited raises the level cap, introduces a new player class, adds major new content and makes the game free to play for everyone. The new DDO Unlimited delivers heart-pounding gameplay featuring the industry’s best combat system, a massive world with state-of-the-art graphics and gameplay, and a rich set of features that until now could only be found in premium subscription-based MMOs

DDO Unlimited is based on the world-renowned DUNGEONS & DRAGONS® franchise of Wizards of the Coast LLC, a subsidiary of Hasbro, Inc.® (NYSE: HAS), under license to Infogrames Entertainment S.A.® Published by Atari, Inc.®, DDO has been enthusiastically received by many gaming critics, including The New York Times, PC Gamer, Game Informer and many more. For the latest information, please visit www.ddo.com.
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