This week's episode of New World Forged in Aeternum is all about the newest expedition coming in the Rise of the Angry Earth expansion. It is called the Savage Divide and continues the theme of nature and beasts turning against the players. Other deranged beasts also inhabit the Savage Divide and pose a threat to the inhabitants of Aeternum if not contained.
There's not a ton of new info here if you've been keeping up with the weekly info dumps coming from Amazon Games Studio about the MMORPG's upcoming expansion, but the episode does focus exclusively on the new expedition. They dive a bit into the new Story Mode for expeditions, as well as mutators and what to expect in each level of difficulty if you haven't been keeping up.
The Savage Divide is quite the menagerie of creatures, and each offers a unique challenge. From giant chameleons that can go invisible, to the giant mammoth lord who has gone mad, there are new adventures awaiting those New World players who delve into the depths of the Savage Divide.
Check out the latest episode of Forged in Aeternum below.
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