As we previewed last month, Neverwinter's mountainous adventure zone is now live for PC players, with a console release coming on February 8. Dragonbone Vale brings the return of Valindra Shadowmantle, who's "joined forces with the Cult of the Dragon in the Sword Mountains to bring undeath to dragons across Faerûn." Is that bad? That sounds bad.
The new adventure zone adds grappling-hook mechanics to let you traverse sheer surfaces, a new faction reputation system, and the new Scaleblight Mythal epic adventure. A 10-player trial, the The Crown of Keldegonn Trial, unlocks on January 18, and sends players to take on both Valindra and the dracolich Palhavorithyn.
Today's update is only the first part of the quest to stop Valindra. In addition to the console release of this content, February 8 will also bring the the next chapter in the Dragonbone Vale story to PC, with the console launch coming a month later.
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