Live service games like Neverwinter depend on a steady stream of high-quality content to remain relevant. Neverwinter: Infernal Descent is how Perfect World Entertainment Inc. and Cryptic Studios will ensure this free-to-play MMORPG continues maintaining a strong audience.
Neverwinter: Infernal Descent is available on PC now and is coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 February 25. Neverwinter is receiving consistent content expansions and add ons which continuously breathe new life into this game based on Wizards of the Coas’s Dungeons & Dragons tabletop adventure, Baldur’s Gate: Descent into Avrnus.
“In Infernal Descent, Vallenhas Manor has been ripped from Faerûn and pulled into the fiery depths of Avernus, the first layer of the Nine Hells, during the ongoing conflict between devils and demons known as the Blood War. Players must team up with two new heroes, the Paladin Alric Vallenhas and the Bard Etrien Sael, along with heroes of yore for a grand adventure through the Nine Hells to save the people of Vallenhas Estate from the infernal machinations of the archdevil Zariel.” is how the official press release described this latest adventure.
Infernal Descent introduces brand-new endgame content. A campaign for level 80 characters will introduce a new zone and endgame dungeon set. Players can also expect to see new Avernus-themed story instances, enemies, and equipment. The publisher and studio offered a complete overview of all the content available in the new update.
Infernal Citadel Dungeon: The endgame dungeon floats above Avernus. As with any endgame content, this dungeon was created as a true test of players’ ability to cooperate and overcome.
Any Dungeons & Dragons fan will want to give Neverwinter a try. The game includes familiar enemies, locations, stories, and offers an uncanny feeling of being plucked out of the tabletop and slapped on a gaming console. It provides that addicting pull of any high-quality MMORPG. Many free-to-play MMORPG’s like Neverwinter will make it feel like the player needs to pay to play. However, after a recent revisit to the game, it is clear the microtransactions are subtle enough where a free member can progress through the game nearly unimpeded.
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