Dungeons and Dragons Online: Now French/German

It’s that Cylon picture again! Must be another Dungeons and Dragons Online story. Technically when Turbine stated that they were “taking back” the Dungeons and Dragons service in Europe, from Codemasters, they shut the service down entirely. Instead, European Dungeons and Dragons players were transitioned over to the North American service, where they’ve been ever since. Not exactly a global service, especially considering it was one only available in English…Sorry!

Today, however, Turbine announced the launch of Dungeons and Dragons Global, and new languages with it. German and French players will be happy to know that their languages are now officially supported.

“We’ve successfully migrated players from the former European service and we are very excited to begin welcoming thousands more to DDO Unlimited,” said Fernando Paiz, Executive Producer of DDO Unlimited.  “This is going to be another outstanding year for the game as we continue to roll out new content and features for our growing legions of players.  We’re very excited to begin engaging directly with German and French speaking players and look forward to introducing them to a truly premium free to play MMORPG.”

Head over to this link to read a whole bunch of advertising lingo, or just go to ddo.com to sign up for an account. More on Dungeons and Dragons Online as it appears.

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