Get a video preview of Dungeons & Dragons Online’s Update 30

    
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The truth of the matter is that you could jump onto the test server for Dungeons & Dragons Online right now and preview Update 30 for yourself. But do you really want to do that? Do you want to spoil yourself on all of that content? Or would you rather watch the developers take a quick tour through the next update’s content? Because you can do that just by jumping down below.

Preliminary patch notes are available, highlighting the update’s big features as the addition of the Gnome race (complete with iconic Deep Gnome Earthen Illusionists) and the addition of a new anniversary dungeon in House Phiarlan. There are also balance changes, new abilities, quality of life improvements, and the usual potpourri of additions. But why take our word for it? There’s a video preview to be watched.

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mukk
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mukk

Zariarn Agreed!  I may just play for a month or two just to scratch that ‘I wonder…’ itch.

devin007
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devin007

Playing through divinty original sin right now and it reminds me alot of this game

JayPower
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JayPower

Agree. If they did a graphics update I’d probably play the hell out of it.

Zariarn
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Zariarn

Of all the games I don’t play, this has to be my favorite.

vicariousfan
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vicariousfan

Geering Yeah i would love a lifetime account for it.  

The DC Moba was released but it shut down pretty quickly.   I mean there was just no room for another Moba especailly one based on DC comics, and I love DC comics.

Geering
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Geering

Man, I wish they had a lifetime account sale.
This game is absolutely perfect for dipping in & out, for short adventure bursts.
Turbine, despite their constant bumbling, has proven to be quite reliable when it comes to keeping their games alive, you know, with that one exception.
Was that DC MOBA ever released, though? Or did it go from Beta to closing?

Qarran
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Qarran

Give them credit for continuing to build and expand.  Despite the new age of pretty games, this game sticks to its core tenants and player base values.  I really like that.

aboomwithaview
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aboomwithaview

I definitely dont remember DDO looking that good.

DigitalQ
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DigitalQ

I love the deep warmth and intensity to the gnome face..it’s in the eyes and strong noses..Well done..i wish I played this game..I’ve had it on my system for a long time but never got very deep into it..i hope players enjoy the new race.