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Neverwinter Sharandar Episode 3 Launches Today on PC

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Neverwinter Sharandar Episode 3 Launches Today on PC

After some time, Episode 3 has finally released for Neverwinter on PC. Dubbed The Odious Court, this episode concludes the story of Sharandar. Read on for more details.

Episode 3 was teased back in early May around the time Episode 2 released on console. At the time, we knew the basic premise of Episode 3. Today, however, marks the release. Via the press release,

"In Episode 3: The Odious Court, adventurers travel to the Dark Fey Mire to investigate the fetid swamp tainted by the mysterious dark magic of Velma the Bonegrinder, a deceitful Green Hag, and her sisters from the Odious Court. After the defeat of the witch fen at the hands of Iliyanbruen elves and adventurers from Neverwinter, frog-like humanoids called Grungs have moved into the area and claimed it as their own. A copse of aggressive Dryads recently pushed out of the mended grove from an unknown threat have also taken refuge within. To push back the darkness in New Sharandar once and for all, adventurers must band together to restore safety to the mystical land, and uncover the role of the Odious Court."

You can grab Episode 3 on PC through Steam, Epic Games Store, and Arc Games. Episode 3 will release on console (Xbox One and PS4) on July 6. Key features of Episode 3 include the Dark Fey Mire, the Green Hag Lair (after receiving the Night Hag and Annis Hag of previous episodes), new bounties, and new heroic encounters.

Recently, Neverwinter received its first class since 2016: the Bard. You can read all about this new class in our coverage here. We also had the chance to dive back into Neverwinter as part of our MMO ReRoll series. Check out our impressions here.

Are you checking out Episode 3? Did you play Episodes 1 and 2? Sound off with your thoughts below.


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.