Dungeons & Dragons Online offers a two-year season pass for $299

    
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There was a time when lifetime subscriptions seemed like they were a bridge too far, but Dungeons & Dragons Online is breaking into new territory with its new season pass. For $299, you do not get a lifetime subscription to the game; you get two years of VIP subscription (which would run you around $360 at the industry-standard $15 per month but only $198 per year if you bought two years of VIP in 12-month increments) along with a variety of other perks for the game’s die-hard fans.

Players with a season pass will get free permanent access to any other VIP features rolled out during the two-year season, even if their subscriptions subsequently lapse. There’s also a free daily roll of the gold dice, a special cosmetic armor set, and a loot box to go along with the whole shebang. These passes go on sale on December 7th and will be limited to 1,000 players; if you’ve got the money to burn and feel confident dropping the money well in advance, you’ll want to be ready and waiting early.

Source: Official Site; thanks to DDOCentral for the tip and TJ for the clarification!

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flyingltj
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flyingltj

Similar to the “lifetime subscription” offered for Asheron’s Call that was taken offline shortly thereafter I’m guessing.

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Richard de Leon III

for 299 bucks…anything short of a lifetime sub is not enuff.

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Bango on Laurelin

Quite unbelievable really- the sheer audacity is breathtaking.

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Goettel

Whale central, somehow I doubt it will sit out another two years.

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Weilan

LOL what a bunch of deluded losers. Same stuff going on in LOTRO – super old and outdated game, doesn’t get enough content, but it’s more expensive than WoW.

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Roger Melly

lotro is getting pretty frequent content updates , i think you can play lotro or ddo for 10 dollars a month which is lower than wow (which is actually older than both ddo and lotro ) .

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semugh

be glad it’s an old game, it’s online and you can play it. And it’s not COH, tabula rasa or MXO.

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Weilan

There are so many issues I don’t want to play. I tried, many times, but I just can’t. It’s not the gameplay, it’s the poor build quality. They are slowly trying to modernize, but it’s ultimately impossible.

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rufty

I don’t get this deal! Normally you pay less when you buy in bulk. :-/

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Robert Mann

I have one question. Okay, two questions.

1. How can a 2 year subscription lapse while it is active? (Oh, wait, I see. Any NEW features are permanent, even if you do not VIP after the 2 years is over. Are new VIP features that common?!?_)

2. Does anyone think that a cosmetic outfit, a lootbox, and some RNG benefit on daily free stuff that was never that impressive is worth $100?

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Roger Melly

What a joke .

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Neurotic

In related news, STO’s lifetime sub was $100 cheaper than usual the other day, although I think that offer might have expired by now.

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Xijit

Hummm … Daybreak subsidiary selling a “lifetime” subscription on one of its most outdated and neglected titles.

What could go wrong?

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