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Neverwinter's Jewel in the North Now Available on Xbox One and PS4

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Neverwinter's Jewel in the North Now Available on Xbox One and PS4

Jewel of the North, the 21st module for Neverwinter, is now available on Xbox One and PS4. Here are the details.

If you recall, Jewel of the North released last month on July 27 on PC. At the time, Matt Powers, the Executive Producer, noted,

“With Jewel of the North, we wanted to make it easier than ever for players to create a character and set out on adventures throughout the Forgotten Realms. The leveling experience has been streamlined, now better aligning with the Dungeons & Dragons tabletop experience, and we’re extremely excited to bring the highly-expressive Bard class to Neverwinter.”

In fact, we had the chance to preview Jewel of the North ahead of its launch. You can read our preview coverage here. If you’re new to Jewel of the North, or are waiting to play it on console, here’s what you can look forward to in this latest module.

Jewel of the North includes a new Bard class inspired by 5E D&D which will include two Paragon Paths. These paths include Songblade and Minstrel. Songblade will see you charm your foes with swords, magic, and music. Minstrel will play a support role as you play songs to buff your allies.

Jewel of the North also includes a new streamlined leveling system which will make it easier for you to play through the module. Additionally, there’s a new Adventures feature which is a unique way for you to play through content, track your progress, and more.

Additionally, Jewel of the North includes several quality of life improvements such as the Adventurer’s Guild, the Training Room, and revamped tutorials for Neverwinter.


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.