Neverwinter's First Battle Pass Arrives October 1
Echoes of Prophecy will be available on PC and consoles for free.
On October 1, Neverwinter will launch its first-ever battle pass, Echoes of Prophecy. This will be an “evolving campaign” that will lead up to the return of the evil organization, the Cult of the Dragon. The battle pass consists of three milestones, featuring all-new content including story content and rewards. Each milestone will launch a month apart, with the second and third available on November 1 and December 1, respectively.
Among the rewards for each milestone, players will be able to earn new mounts, cosmetics, and emotes. They’ll also automatically unlock special rewards for logging in and playing through the campaign – as well as taking on repeatable quests. Of course, there is a premium battle pass for those willing to drop more money, because that’s the way this stuff works.
The great news here is that, unlike almost all of Neverwinter’s other content, the battle pass will launch on both PC and consoles at the same time, so Xbox and PlayStation players don’t have to wait a month or two to get their hands on the same content as everyone else.
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