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Lord of the Rings Online, D&D Online DLC is free for everyone stuck at home right now

Developer Standing Stone Games has introduced that every one the content material, together with DLC, for Lord of the Rings Online and Dungeons & Dragons Online might be free to all gamers till April 30. Along with the free content material, Standing Stone can even be internet hosting additional occasions in each video games.

Dungeons & Dragons Online was first launched on Feb. 28, 2006 and Lord of the Rings Online was first launched on April 24, 2007. Both video games have been first developed by Turbine, however have modified palms over their lengthy historical past. In 2016 the video games have been taken over by a brand new firm known as Standing Stone, made up principally of workers who had beforehand labored on them at Turbine.

According to a news release, all quests, situations, and skirmishes in Lord of the Rings Online, together with these in growth packs, might be open to everybody. Along with that, The Curator might be getting back from March 26 to April 30, and there might be a 10% advantage XP enhance together with the return of the Baggins’ Birthday occasion which is able to run for a similar period of time.

For D&D Online, all the recreation’s dungeons and raids might be open to everybody. The Buddy Bonus 5% XP can even be lively from March 20 to March 29, together with some weekend occasions in a while. As for occasions, the Mimic occasion will begin on March 26 and be lively till April 6, whereas the anniversary occasion — which celebrates the anniversary of the sport’s launch — will come again beginning on March 26 and run by way of April 30.

All this free content material and the additional occasions come at a time when gamers may probably use one thing to do. While there’s no direct point out of the COVID-19 pandemic in Standing Stone Games’ announcement, it’s onerous to disregard the timing. With many components of the United States, and the remainder of the world, working towards social distancing and plenty of companies across the nation closed, the transfer to free content material for each of Standing Stone’s MMOs ought to assist give folks one thing new to occupy their time at house.

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