The Dungeons & Dragons Online team is going to be pretty busy for the rest of the year if the latest Producer's Letter is anything to go by. By the end of the year, the developer plans on releasing two updates: 1 large and 1 small, the updated Halloween-themed Night Revels event, a world character transfer update, and more.
Executive Producer Severlin outlined the team's plans -- noting that not everything has been finalized as of yet. Whatever doesn't arrive in the first update will hopefully be in the second.
Other intended content and updates include a new free dungeon that fans of A Study in Sable should like, changes to the user interface for the Shared Account Bank and Crafting Storage, Soul updates, and the addition of new Deities for players to follow.
In addition to the 2016 stuff, Severlin also address a bit of what to expect in 2017, including plans for the 11th anniversary in late February. Full details on all of these things can be found in the official post on the DDO forums.
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