D&D Online “Module” Details Released

Publisher Atari and developer Turbine announced details today about the first content "module" for their new MMO [i]Dungeons and Dragons Online: Stormreach[/i]. The content pack will add new locations and monsters to the game's existing catalog. Check back with MyGamer.com soon for our full review of this massively-online title.

The complete text of the press release is copied below:


[i]WESTWOOD, MA – April 6, 2006 – Turbine, Inc. announced today the release of the first content module for DUNGEONS & DRAGONS ONLINE(tm): Stormreach(tm) (DDO), the hit game that has quickly become one of the fastest-growing MMOG (massively multiplayer online game) in North America. The Dragon's Vault module, the first in a series of modules to be released by Turbine, pits players against a legendary foe – the red dragon – in a new large-scale raid feature. Turbine will offer the Dragon's Vault module free of charge for all current DUNGEONS & DRAGONS ONLINE(tm) subscribers as a way to say "thank you" to all of its fans.

DUNGEONS & DRAGONS(r) is under license from the Hasbro Properties Group,
the intellectual property development arm of Hasbro, Inc. (NYSE: HAS).

"The Dragon's Vault is a thrilling series of adventures, ending in an
epic battle against the ultimate boss monster," said Jeffrey Anderson,
president and CEO of Turbine, Inc. "We are offering this exciting new
content free to our subscribers, in recognition of their enthusiasm for

The Dragon's Vault module features 15 compelling dungeons that provide a
variety of additional content for advanced players in the game,
including surprises around every corner that will challenge the most
jaded adventurer. The Dragon's Vault is the first in a series of
planned modules that will provide new content and features for DUNGEONS
& DRAGONS ONLINE. Turbine plans to release additional modules over time
that will include new content, features, and other improvements to the
hit MMOG. [/i]

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