A month after a datacenter move, Turbine is still having issues with Dungeons and Dragons Online. The move had initially resulted in the players experiencing lag issues and has since escalated into something as simple as opening the store causing the game to crash. And, according to MassivelyOP, Turbine has made matters worse by refusing to respond to player’s requests for information on the issue.

In fact, the lack of communication is so bad that players have begun begging the developers for any kind of information, even if, as one player put it, it’s not news Turbine thinks the players want to hear.

At present, the only response to any of the complaints is from Community Manager Cardovan who simply stated that there is still work to do on the servers, and that they are currently in the process of working on a hotfix.

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  1. zxcczzzz on April 12, 2016

    FAKE FREE TO PLAY game with locked content and characters, scammers deserves to go down, its already dead long time ago because of scam, devs working for foood for scammed cash.

  2. YOHO MOHO on April 11, 2016

    totally forgot this game exists ROFLMAO!

  3. Lumen Cordis on April 8, 2016

    With the way things are going in the industry, alot of games are going to start shutting down. I think its time for Lotro and DnD to go quietly in the night.

    • LAMBDA471 on April 10, 2016

      So that only oversexualized Asian crap to dominate everything? No thanks. I have nothing against Asian games, but they don’t have a single MMO that is hard and females have clothes.