After a few weeks off, we’re happy to be back back with Surface Pro Gaming – Neverwinter MMO. For the next couple of weeks we will be looking at a few MMOs that have been requested, and the good news is that most of them are actually Free to Play. Some of those MMOs are a few years old, but I was surprised that there were plenty of people still playing them. Lets start with the newest one of the bunch, Neverwinter. Neverwinter is played using the Dungeons and Dragons rules, but just like the Neverwinter series previously covered on my channel, you do not need to know anything about Dungeons and Dragons to enjoy the game (so put away that D20 :P).

In this video, I am playing at 1280X768, which is very close to 720p. The game played flawlessly for the most part, constantly hitting high Frames per Second while on dungeons or most inside environments. The game had an occasional framerate drop while on some outside environments like in large cities where you have several NPCs and other players on the screen at once. And although not shown on this video, I also experience some frame rate drops during some raids I did with other players. That said, those frame rate drops were few and far between so the game was very enjoyable on the Surface Pro. Besides, you still have many settings to tweak so you have a lot of room to improve your frame rates if you so desire. To get more details, and see how this game fares, lets take a look at our video below.

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