On March 28, the next big update for Cryptic Studio’s Dungeons & Dragons MMO Neverwinter will arrive, concluding a two-part storyline written by R.A. and Geno Salvatore. The update takes players to the drow city of Menzoberranzan, home of Drizzt Do’Urden, and will allow players to experience events that occur between the two final books in R.A. Salvatore’s The Way of the Drow trilogy.
The update will introduce the new Menzoberranzan Aventure Zone, where players will need to be cautious while exploring the deadly streets – avoiding patrols and assassins. Take on new quests and heroic encounters. And, earn rewards along the way.
In addition, the new module also offers players a way to celebrate the game’s 10-year anniversary – by challenging the beholder diety Gzemnid and earning rewards. Of course, there are improvements and balances as well.
Those interested in finding out a bit about what went into creating the new module can read Screen Rant’s interview with Brett Norton, and R.A and Geno Salvatore. It’s pretty general stuff and they avoid spoilers.
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