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Here are 2,000 beta codes for the D&D MMO Neverwinter! photo
Here are 2,000 beta codes for the D&D MMO Neverwinter!

3:30 PM on 03.07.2013

Grab a key for Beta Weekend 2, courtesy of Dtoid!


[Update 2: We're giving away five more on Twitter this Saturday, March 9. After that, you'll have to wait for Beta Weekend 3!]

[Update: They're gone! Boy, that was fast. Follow us on Twitter; we might get more!]

Destructoid has partnered with our friends at Perfect World to bring you 2,000 codes for this weekend's leg of the Neverwinter beta! Set in The Forgotten Realms campaign for Dungeons & Dragons, this free-to-play action-MMO sees players exploring the ruins of the great city of Neverwinter in search of delicious treasure. (Check out our full preview from last month for more details!)

The beta begins tomorrow, March 8, at 12 PM Pacific, and lasts until March 10 at 11:59 PM Pacific. To claim your code from Dtoid, just head on over to our beta giveaways page and push the big red button! For redemption instructions, read on!


Neverwinter key redemption instructions:

  1. Go to www.playneverwinter.com
  2. For new accounts: Create your account information and submit
    For existing accounts: Login to your account
  3. Enter your key here - https://my.perfectworld.com/nw/redeemkey
  4. Download the game client here - http://nw.perfectworld.com/download
  5. Install and play!

Once you've put in some time with the game, be sure to share your experience in the comments below! Have fun!

Note - Codes not redeemable in the following regions: China, Egypt, Russia, Hong Kong, North and South Korea, Macao, Taiwan, and Vietnam.

Here are 2,000 beta codes for the D&D MMO Neverwinter! photo
Here are 2,000 beta codes for the D&D MMO Neverwinter! photo
Here are 2,000 beta codes for the D&D MMO Neverwinter! photo
Here are 2,000 beta codes for the D&D MMO Neverwinter! photo
Here are 2,000 beta codes for the D&D MMO Neverwinter! photo
Here are 2,000 beta codes for the D&D MMO Neverwinter! photo







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