Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale Announced

Dark forces continue to imperil the Frogotten Realms in Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale this spring. Atari and Hasbro have the first ever D&D downloadable game slated to appear in Spring 2011 on Xbox Live!, PSN and PC.

Centering around the Dalelands, Daggerdale puts players in the path of an evil wizard names Rezlus, one of the Cult of Zhentarim. Up to four players can cooperate to rebuild the Nentir Vale by exploring the Mines of Tethymar or scaling the Tower of the Void to defeat the arch-wizard.

Little detail is available at the moment for long time fans of the Forgotten Realms. The Forgotten Realms received a pretty big shakeup in its fiction a few years back when Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition launched and if set after the Spellplague, this would be the first 4E era game for this setting.

Players should expect a title similar in approach to the classic console Baldur’s Gate Dark Alliance series from all indications.

Check out the announcement trailer here.

Need a leg up in Daggerdale? Check out our full walkthrough!

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1 Comment on Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale Announced


On December 22, 2010 at 3:12 pm

so wait this is a separate game from the free one? Obviously someone else wants more money and its not me. Plus this video advertisement is not that great again with the in game play players getting ready to die by a wave of skeletons is classic MMO style of to suck in the fans, then the big monster in the end come on try some new stuff will ya. Do something like the Japanese and drink a red bull so you can grow wings and fly away to be free from life as you know it. Yuck, might as well jam a pencil in my neck and watch the blood from it pore into a vampire’s mouth(don’t ask where I get that crap from just made some stupid stuff up). But seriously guys haven’t we all seen skeletons bleed already(not making that up, MMO actually has skeletons bleeding, no lie). To make a long post that can go longer shorter to about a whole one liner that could have saved you from reading this comment is….*drumroll*
WAIT FOR GUILD WARS 2! tada there you have it post ends right….about…now!