The Journey Through The Nine Hells In Neverwinter Begins Today
It's time for Neverwinter players to head into the Nine Hells in order to save the people of the Vallenhas Estate who have been caught up in the Blood War between devils and demons. In the newly-released (on PC) Infernal Descent update, players will join up with the Paladin Alric Vallenhas and the Bard Etrien Sael in order to execute this rescue.
In addition to the new storyline based on the Baldur's Gate: Descent Into Avernus campaign, the update introduces new level 80 dungeons, new adventure zones, and a special instance. A bit more information on these additions can be found in our recent interview with Neverwinter's Senior Content Designer Nick Corea. (I say a bit more because he does keep some things back in order to not spoil things for players.)
As mentioned above, today's release is just for the PC version of the game. Console players have about a month to wait for the update -- which releases on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on February 25.
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