Neverwinter's Next Module Takes Players Straight To Hell
Neverwinter's next module is a few short months away. The game's dev team hasn't posted much about the Infernal Descent module -- instead opting to let IGN tease it a bit for them. The site posted a small bit of information about Infernal Descent, noting that pretty much as expected, it takes place in Hell. Or, rather, it's set in the first of the Nine Hells, likely meaning players probably need to plan on spending some time there. You'll need to be at least level 80, though.
Aside from offering that bit of information, the post also teases a new endgame dungeon and adventure zones. It also offers a peek at Hell itself via a few images and a new trailer.
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