NeverWinter is coming to Windows 10

This time last year, the massive multiplayer online role-playing game, Neverwinter became available on Xbox One. Today, though, the developers behind the game have announced a new Windows Store version of the game.

With the new version of the game, even more gamers can explore the vast city of Neverwinter and its surrounding countryside. Players will also be able to learn the vivid history of the iconic city in the Forgotten Reams, as well as battle it out with its many enemies. The game also features an in-game currency called Zen which can be purchased with real-world money to give the player access to items and accessories for their character.

While NeverWinter for Windows 10 will be free to buy, players will need an Xbox Live Gold membership to play it, due to the entire game being constantly online. The game is set in the popular Dungeons and Dragons Universe and offers up intense combat combined with classic D&D gameplay, races, customization, and more.

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