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Neverwinter

Neverwinter: The Maze Engine Coming March 15!

By Andy (StrumSlinger) | Tue 23 Feb 2016 09:00:00 AM PST

Neverwinter: The Maze Engine will escape into PC on Tuesday, March 15! The Maze Engine wields a plethora of updates around every corner including new maps and a campaign, stronghold cost reductions, a reworked mount system, the revamped Castle Never and many more challenges along the way.

Following the events of Neverwinter: Underdark, a new threat has waltzed its way into Neverwinter in the form of Baphomet, the Prince of Beasts. Baphomet seeks the ancient Maze Engine artifact in a quest to alter reality in his favor and bring about the destruction of Neverwinter. Thankfully, familiar faces such as Drizzt, Minsc, Linu, Makos and many more return to aid adventurers in their plight to take down the demon lord.

And yet, another demon lord has lay foot in our lands. Orcus, Demon Prince of Undeath has invaded Castle Never in search of a new pet. In his arrival, he has brought back to life the unfortunate adventurers who fell from the dangers of the castle – and previous bosses for good measure. Will you fight the horde of undead to reach Orcus?

Before you reach a dead end, make way to our The Maze Engine Developer Hub, which we’ll periodically update with information straight from the source.

Get ready to start your maze engines on March 15!

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