Neverwinter Uprising Hits Consoles
About a month and a half after releasing on PC, Neverwinter's Uprising update has finally made its way to Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The new update -- for those of you who missed all this info during the PC release -- adds an all-new playable race to the game: the Gith. Unfortunately, the new race won't be open to everyone right away. VIP players get first dibs. Everyone else will have to wait two weeks before getting their hands on them.
Uprising also adds a new 10-player trial, revamps the game's early zone, and makes significant changes to the appearance system. Players can expect quality of life improvements directly impacting how they deal with transmutation, the dye and fashion system, and more. And yes, there's a whole new PvP map for those looking to get into a few fights.
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