Cryptic Studios has launched the March 16th update for Neverwinter, which offers gameplay changes and improvements. It is pretty handy, so installing it could increase the gaming experience. Check out the Neverwinter March 16th patch notes down below.
Neverwinter March 16th Update Patch Notes
Items and Economy
- Brilliant Cabochon Gems will no longer fail to drop for players if another player in the party has reached the weekly cap.
Performance and Stability
- [Xbox Only] Neverwinter has been optimized for Xbox Series X|S. Note: Xbox Series X|S players will have a full re-download of the game with this patch.
- Neverwinter will now run natively for both platforms and includes FPS boost and auto HDR support, allowing for improved framerate performance, greater visual fidelity, and faster loading times.
- Cross-gen multiplayer support allows Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One players to party up.
- Various updates have been made to improve player-to-player voice chat connectivity.
If you missed the previous version, you can check out its patch notes below.
Content and Environment
- Temple of the Spider – Per player request, unlocking Temple of the Spider (Master) is now account wide. Characters who have unlocked ToS (Master) previously will have their accounts flagged for access over the next few days.
- An issue with “The Rite of the Worm” and “Tempered in Shadows, Quenched in Waters” that could sometimes prevent healers and tanks from getting credit for completing mission objectives has been fixed.
Items and Economy
Appointment Event Store
- Mounts now cost 2 Tokens of Achievement, down from 5.
- Companions now cost 3 Tokens of Achievement, down from 5.
- The Appointment Store now offers a Brilliant Diamond instead of a Blood Ruby for Tokens of Participation.
- The Appointment Store now offers a 72 Slot Bag of Holding instead of a 60 Slot Bag of Holding for Tokens of Challenge, instead of Tokens of Achievement.
- The Tentacle Rod should no longer improperly stop bosses from performing their actions.
- All localized text in French, German, Italian, and Russian locales is now up-to-date as of January 30, 2023.