I’ve never played a rogue class in any MMO, but Neverwinter’s upcoming rogue class has me seriously considering rolling one. The Trickster Rogue has everything to pull me into it’s style of gameplay. Real time dodging? Check. Viciously brutal knife attacks? Check. Teleporting backstab? Check!

Like in previous class trailers, the skills shown in the video are basic abilities, ones easily gained at early levels. I can’t wait to see how I can carve up baddies later on in the game. Perfect World is set to release Neverwinter in 2013.

Michael Dunaway has been part of the MMOBomb team for years and has covered practically every major Free-to-Play title since 2009. In addition to contributing First Look videos and news articles, Michael also serves as the Community Manager for the upcoming MMORPG, Skyforge.


  1. this game seems interesting i will try it when it comes out but don’t know anything about it like is it f2p?p2p?b2p?not sure if its f2p i’ll probably give it a try

  2. Thank god I’m a founder for RaiderZ. RaiderZ is terrible, well, not terrible, just not the type of game it “used” To be back in the Alpha stages, now everything that is all choppy and such. That’s beside the point. everyone who became a “Founder” of RaiderZ, gets exclusive access to PWE’s new published games Neverwinter.

    It’s all a matter of time now before I get the chance to test this out now. But at least it’s a guaranteeing chance.

  3. well if it is D&D or not i really dont know but the game is looking good and if they dont ruin the game with the p2win modes i think this will be one of the best f2p games ever!

  4. I know I am in the minority on this.. But this is not Dungeons and Dragons.. They have yet to really make a game that had the depth of a Dungeons and Dragons world.. D&D Online is linear and like reading a book (starting a new character is like reading the same book over and over again), the combat is okay, but the dungeon grind is bland.. This game is all hack and slash, looks also linear (gonna be like Vindictus? Lobby to lobby arcade-ish gameplay?”) Pretty sure we’ll see a combo meter and “rage” bars added shortly after to pick up on it’s arcade like ‘twitch’ combat..

    Is an mmo based on a D&D setting with sandbox features too much to ask for? Dark Sun? Ravenloft? Planescape?

    • I know how you feel, 4th edition ruleset makes it even feel less like the D&D that i’ve come to know and love. It feels like they just slapped some d&d mechanics onto a twitch based mmo template. Still as much as i complain, i cant wait to try this out.

  5. its a Vindictus clone everything about this game is copy pasted from Vindicuts the only thing that’s different is the promise of open world play which I doubt they can pull off


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