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Neverwinter: Avernus Latest Episodic Content 'The Redeemed Citadel' Live Now on PC

Arriving on consoles later

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You can reforge a citadel in the latest episodic content for Neverwinter: Avernus called The Redeemed Citadel. This is live now on PC with console launches planned for a later date.

You’ll actually have to work together if you want to accomplish your goals. Complete challenging missions in the citadel, such as slaying deadly devils and demons on the surface of Avernus, to advance the progress of the citadel’s restoration and earn Zariel Favor. This is a currency that can be redeemed for various rewards.

Major features of this new content include a new area called The Redeemed Citadel. Parts of the Citadel will slowly unlock as server-wide milestones are reached over the next couple months. There will be a total of 4 milestones. Citadel Chamber Unlocked on 9/18 - The Central Sword Chamber.

New Quests including helping Zariel redeem the Citadel and push back the armies of demons and devils. New Hunt Targets allow you to hunt down particularly strong enemies on the surface of Avernus. Finally,     Players who purchase the new Reforger’s Blessing in the Zen Market will be able to complete milestones and personal progressions at their own pace. Players who purchase all 4 blessings (one for each milestone) and claim all the personal rewards will receive the new playable Aasimar race.

Rewards include:

  • Episode 1 - Rewards:
    • Citadel Artisan’s Transmute Gear
    • Astral Diamonds
    • Preservation Wards
    • Companion Upgrade Tokens
    • Mount Tokens
    • Avernus Treasure Maps
  • Episode 1 - Reforger’s Blessing Rewards:
    • Blessed Blade Mainhand and Offhand Weapons.
    • Vanguard of the Citadel (Angel Companion)
    • Boots of the Rat King (FX boots that summon rats)
    • Zariel Vanity Pet
    • Rings
    • Teleport Scrolls to the Redeemed Citadel
    • Astral Diamonds


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Poorna Shankar

A highly opinionated avid PC gamer, Poorna blindly panics with his friends in various multiplayer games, much to the detriment of his team. Constantly questioning industry practices and a passion for technological progress drive his love for the video game industry. He pulls no punches and tells it like he sees it. He runs a podcast, Gaming The Industry, with fellow writer, Joseph Bradford, discussing industry practices and their effects on consumers.