Dungeons and Dragons Online’s 2020 roadmap includes Shifter race and Feywild expansion

    
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Dungeons and Dragons Online’s 2020 roadmap includes Shifter race and Feywild expansion

What do you want in your Dungeons and Dragons Online this year? Whether it be a new permadeath server, an expansion pack, a modern client, or an additional race, chances are you’re going to get your wish.

Yesterday, Standing Stone Games released its 2020 roadmap for DDO, chock-full of goodies for this game’s loyal community. It’s hard to pick just one headlining feature, as they all seem pretty big, but perhaps news of a Feywild expansion coming later this year will do the trick. This expansion will push past level 30 for the first time and introduce the Shifter race, which is “capable of temporarily embracing their bestial aspects to rend enemies and survive.”

Other highlights from the letter include an upcoming 64-bit client, the second season of DDO’s “Hardcore” permadeath server, UI improvements, and a Stormreach adventure pack.

Currently, DDO is testing out the Alchemist class, which is slated to come to the game soon.

Source: Dungeons and Dragons Online. Thanks DDOCentral!

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kajidourden

Their approach to PvE content makes me want to play…..might check it out again after all these years. The RPG elements are pleasantly…..present unlike most MMOs

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donvweel

Since Standing Stones took over the new content flow has been amazing.

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Matthew Yetter

Really, it’s not so much that Standing Stone took over but rather that they escaped from their corporate overlords. It’s been the same team. They’re just not beholden to WB anymore and appear to be leveraging that freedom in effective ways.

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Jack Pipsam

64-bit client and UI improvements?

Oh yeah, that’s the good stuff right there!

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gamingforfun

This Feywild expansion is very unexpected and exciting. The Feywild will be the fifth paid expansion for DDO, released soon after the Masterminds of Sharn expansion. Neverwinter Online has had its Feywild setting for many years now (Module 1: Fury of the Feywild), so it will be interesting to see what DDO does with this extradimensional plane which coexists along with The Shadowfell.

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Matthew Yetter

Sounds like while Daybreak may be struggling to even figure out its direction, Standing Stone is going all out. Last year was pretty big for LotRO and this year is going to be huge for DDO.