Neverwinter's Undermountain Expansion Now On Consoles, As Protector's Jubilee Festival Kicks Off Soon
The Undermountain is now open for business on consoles. Neverwinter's latest expansion, which saw its console launch delayed by a few weeks, is now available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It launched on PCs back on April 23.
Unsurprisingly, much of the action takes place, well, under a mountain, bringing with it the usual caverns and subterranean hazards, but also an underground forest and -- naturally -- at least one dragon. In total, there are five new Adventure Zones, a story campaign, a level increase (to 80), a new endgame dungeon, and revamps of class powers, feats, and boons.
The week of June 20-27 also brings the Protector's Jubilee festival to Neverwinter, which tempts players with in-game giveaways, special events, and unique rewards.
Learn more about Undermountain via the scads of developer's blogs on the expansion, and get more info about the Protector's Jubilee here.
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