Jason 'Elidrin' Lowry, the man behind Bioware's recent Infinite Dungeons mod, has confirmed that the Premium Modules Program for Neverwinter Nights has been cancelled.

In an interview with IGN, Lowry said he was "sad" about the cancellation. Infinite Dungeons, he went on, "was scraped once in the conceptual stage. I got lucky, the reason why was an easy fix."

He went on to suggest that the program will not continue for Neverwinter Nights 2: "The 1.67 patch, some would say free expansion, was a direct result of the premium module system. It's too bad we could not keep that system working into NWN2 and beyond, it was good for both the company and the consumer, a win-win; those are hard to come by."

Neverwinter Nights 2 is due out this September.

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