Neverwinter’s Fury of the Feywilds expansion will see more than just new content

Neverwinter

By on July 8, 2013 at 3:22 pm

If, like me, you’ve been playing Neverwinter for the last few months in its open beta form, you’ll also be pleased to see some of the new features that actually being released brings.

The game’s first expansion, Fury of the Feywild will see not just a series of new quests for your grinding pleasure, but a new way to play altogether. In the expansion’s new area Sharandar, you will discover the new ‘campaign system’.

“The system itself will be a new UI (user interface) window similar to the Queue or Professions window,” the update reads. “In it, players will find Projects that they must complete in order to unlock Sharandar’s other neighborhoods, the new Malabog Castle dungeon delve, and new passive powers for their characters.”

To complete projects you will be completing solo instances and delving in to the five-man Malabog Castle dungeon, so you can unlock new areas, rewards and further, scarier dungeons.

Neverwinter has only just been officially released in the last couple of weeks, so the new campaign system — as well as the rest of the Fury of the Feywild expansion — won’t be seen for a little while yet.

Source: Neverwinter Blog

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The game is surprisingly fun. Could use more classes.

 

Still waiting on the ranger… I loved the alpha but I’ve only logged in twice since it went to beta, worst $200 ive ever spent and i dont even know why.

 
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