Dungeons & Dragons Online
Dungeons & Dragons Online (formerly known as Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach) is the long-running massively multiplayer roleplaying game based on the popular D&D property. Originally developed by Turbine, Dungeons & Dragons Online development is currently handled by Standing Stone Games. After initially published by Atari, the game has passed multiple times to Codemasters, Warner Bros. Interactive, and currently held by Daybreak Games (under EG7). The game was released in 2006, receiving multiple updates, with Update 50 adding the Saltmarsh area and the Horizon Walker tree. Primarily set in the world of Eberron, Dungeons & Dragons Online has added content from the Forgotten Realms and Ravenloft campaign settings. Dungeons & Dragons Online is available on Microsoft Windows and macOS.
How Many People Play Dungeons & Dragons Online?
We estimate that 28,555 people play per day, with a total player base of 375,726.
- Subscribers: 375,726
- Daily Players: 28,555
- Genres: Action, Adventure, RPG, Massively Multiplayer
- Platforms: macOS, PC
- Released: 2012-06-25
The Players and Daily login numbers are estimations based on subscriber numbers and online sentiment.
Dungeons & Dragons Online Description
Dungeons & Dragons Online is free to play, with optional microtransactions and VIP subscription. VIP subscribers gain access to most of the non-expansion content, more races and character class choices, higher XP rewards, immediate access to Elite content, a monthly 500 DDO point stipend, and many other quality of life benefits.
Players in Dungeons & Dragons Online can create characters from the Eberron setting (or the Forgotten Realms setting, if they have the Menace of the Underdark Expansion). There are 15 classes currently in Dungeons & Dragons Online (6 of which are premium). There are also 14 standard races, with 4 available free-to-play (Human, Dwarf, Halfling, Elf) as well as 8 Iconic Races (which start at level 15).
Dungeons & Dragons Online has one of the most customizable character creation options in any MMORPG. After choosing their race and starting class, players can modify their characterís facial features, hair, eye and skin color, gender, and other details (such as scars, tattoos, or in the case of Warforged, blades). A player can choose to develop a character in one class or multiclass later as they level up (a character can have up to 3 classes). There are also Enhancements, Reaper levels, and Epic Destiny choices later in the game. And players may choose to Reincarnate their character, restarting with higher stats and bonus feats to further develop their power.
Questing in Dungeons & Dragons Online is mostly instanced, and XP is rewarded for accomplishing them. Grinding by killing enemies and monsters is limited to wilderness areas, with a cap placed instead of awarding XP for each enemy slain. There are also multiple Sagas, which are a chain of campaign quests that give a large reward when fulfilled.
Players in Dungeons & Dragons Online can adventure in 6-man parties or 12-man raids. In addition, they can create and recruit into Guilds, which gives access to Guild Air Ships. Guild Air Ships in Dungeons & Dragons Online provide buffs, amenities, and storage for guild members, as well as fast travel to key locations in the world.