Neverwinter images of MMO’s class, race and World Map appear online

Wednesday, 14th November 2012 20:51 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Neverwinter news is slow going over here in North America, but lucky fans in China have been receiving all sorts of lovely information on the title. Today, TenTonHammer has word of some class reveals, and a shot of the world map have been posted on the MMO’s Chinese site.

While one class character is still locked, the classes revealed so far are: the Guardian Fighter, Devoted Cleric, Trickster Rogue, and Control Wizard.

The shots, posted over on MMO Culture also show a few of the races which are to be made available.

Neverwinter is a free-to-play action MMORPG in development at Cryptic Studios. Based on the Dungeons and Dragons property, the game is slated for release in early 2013.



  1. Faceless

    Uh, what? Guardian fighter? Control wizard? Female dwarves with a bared midriff? Tieflings that look like pure-blood devils?

    Something is very wrong here.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. SJFrK

    @1 nothing wrong at all. That’s 4th edition D&D. It’s all in the books. The bared midriff one is a halfling, tho.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. TheWulf

    I like how people jump on this like crazed, feral zealots and not actually remember that 3.5 died a long, long time ago. To be honest? Almost all (but a tiny minority) are sick of 3.5. Some of those I’ve spoken with love 4.0, and others have left D&D behind entirely in favour of Gamma World or similar. (Man, I’d love to see Cryptic do a Gamma World MMORPG, their sense of humour would fit that perfectly.)

    But yes, there’s nothing out of the ordinary here as far as 4E goes.

    #3 2 years ago
  4. the truthseeker

    BAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Yeah, SOO mnay people are “sick of” 3.5 that they now support Pazio’s Pahfinder more than this version’s edition since 2011:

    and they are already testing D&D NEXT or “5th edition” a mere four yesrs after the game edition’s release!

    Please, I love 4th ed and am playing it primarily now, but base statements not on who you know or stay in contact with, but based on the game’s actual results in commerce.

    The zealotry comment is ironicaly noted now.

    (So typeth the player of D&D and all editions for 34 years)

    #4 2 years ago

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