Perfect World Launches "Neverwinter" Beta Weekends and Founder's Pack

Gamers rejoice! Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios, both subsidiaries of Perfect World Co. Ltd (NASDAQ: PWRD  ) , announced a series of weekends for players to experience Neverwinter, a Dungeons & Dragons MMORPG, before its official launch. 

Scheduled for February 8-10, March 8-10, and March 22-24, thousands of North America and Europe players will gain 60-hour beta access to Neverwinter . Gamers can sign-up for a chance to join Neverwinter Beta Weekends at http://www.playneverwinter.com/.

Gamers can also receive guaranteed access by buying one of Perfect World's new Neverwinter Founder's Pack programs. Buyers will receive guaranteed, early access to the upcoming Open Beta, VIP perks, and exclusive permanent in-game items, and also different levels of rewards, depending on which of the three tiers they purchase. 

According to Craig Zinkievich, Chief Operations Officer and Executive Producer, Cryptic Studios:

Neverwinter offers players a dynamic experience with its engaging action gameplay and unique content such as daily lore quests, looting and party-oriented dungeon delves. After several months of alpha testing, we are thrilled to expand our pool of testers with the upcoming Neverwinter Beta Weekends while offering fans the opportunity to become a founding member of Neverwinter through the Founder's Pack program. We look forward to fostering a community of passionate players that will help us to make Neverwinter one of the greatest MMORPGs of all time.


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  • Report this Comment On January 31, 2013, at 2:26 PM, AfterFX wrote:

    WARNING: Do not play games from Perfect World Entertainment. They purposely make misleading statements to cost players money. They deploy "sponsored"/"affiliated" players inside their games to cheat players. They do this so the game is only fun to a certain point if your playing for free, and if you do start spending money, begin to target and cheat you. Before I realized these "sponsored" players were working with/working for PWE, I used to hear them laughing about stealing kids accounts and getting them banned. DO NOT PLAY (OR AT THE VERY LEAST DO NOT SPEND ANY MONEY WITH PERFECT WORLD ENTERTAINMENT PRODUCTS), UNLESS YOU WANT TO BE TARGETED/CHEATED/PLAY AGAINST PWE'S ARMY OF "SPONSORED" PLAYERS. I am an idiot, I was duped. They get you to spend little and let you achieve a lot at first. Once PWE has your money and your committed, they become more blatant with their tactics. Do not be duped as well. SEARCH "PERFECT WORLD ENTERTAINMENT", "GLASSDOOR.COM", "JOBS", and get an idea of what the company is like.

  • Report this Comment On January 31, 2013, at 9:42 PM, AfterFX wrote:

    On an added note. Before I knew these players were "sponsored" players, I used to hear them laughing about banning people and taking their accounts. Thats the integrity of this company. PLAY FOR FREE, The founders pack is a giant BULLSEYE for their "sponsored" players...

  • Report this Comment On February 01, 2013, at 1:18 PM, AfterFX wrote:

    Here is another interesting fact. When one of their employee's makes a misleading statement or fraudulent statement (that costs customers tens of millions of dollars all together), the employee gets promoted. Thats Perfect World... Integrity, honestly.... what the heck are those things, PWE doesnt know or care?

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