Neverwinter's Infernal Descent Update Arrives On Consoles
Today, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 players can continue their adventures in Neverwinter with the arrival of the Infernal Descent update. The update offers a new endgame campaign for players level 80 and above, as well as a new adventure zone and a new endgame dungeon.
The new campaign takes players straight into Hell as part of a rescue effort, saving the residents of Vallenhas Estate from the archdevil Zariel. Players will also be able to explore the area around Vallenhas and destroy the creatures that have made their way there from Hell. When ready, players can also explore the new endgame dungeon, a citadel that floats above Avernus.
For more details on the update, head over to the Xbox One and PlayStation pages on the Neverwinter site.
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