Cryptic Studios has announced that it will release a new module for Neverwinter in January 2022. The developer also teased the next module, which is called “Echoes of Prophecy.”
Last week, Neverwinter players received Echoes of Prophecy, which included the first third of the game’s autumn campaign as well as the debut of its new battle pass. Cryptic and PWE, on the other hand, are already working to resolve some of the problems raised by the release.
“While we investigate and address an exploit, the artifacts Glistening Lion’s Attire Package, Neverwinter’s Standard Artifact Package, and Jewel of the North Artifact Package have been temporarily banned for reclaiming in the Reward Claims Agent,” the studio said last night. “With the next upgrade, we anticipate them to be reclaimable. They may still be claimed separately through the Echoes of Prophecy campaign, once per account.”
Cryptic has said that the next patch would fix prize claiming, Kavatos NPC bugs, artifact and emblem equip bugs, as well as investigating complaints of issues. It will not, however, address what it deems to be non-bugs, such as account-wide progress, the fact that the “Hawk and Doohickey cannot be used at the same time,” and reward claims that can only be made once per account.
In an interview last week, we talked with Cryptic about the update and the battle pass; the studio has revised its content plan as of this morning, with goals through December… In January, there will be an unidentified new module.