Neverwinter Nights Expansion Packs Officially Released
9:41 AM | Jean-Luc Dinsdale | Comment on this story
Peter Tamte's Macintosh publishing company MacSoft officially announced yesterday that the Mac versions of the popular Neverwinter Nights expansion packs - Shadows of Undrentide and Hordes of the Underdark - have been released, and are on their way to store shelves near you.
The additions to Atari's popular Dungeons and Dragons-based role playing game have been in high demand since the Macintosh version of the original game was released just over a year ago. Fans of the game will be relieved to finally be able to easily install and play the expansion sets on their machines, rather than trying to reverse-engineer the content from the PC version of the game.
Shadows of Undrentide, the first expansion pack released on the PC side, expands on the original adventure with new character and prestige classes, new weapons, new monsters, and a collection of new feats, spells, and skills. Shadows of Undrentide requires a 450MHz G4 or faster processor running OS X v10.2.8 or higher, and equipped with a 32MB or higher video card.
The second NWN expansion set, Hordes of the Underdark, pushes the original game far beyond its limits, into the sinister Underdark D&D setting. This second expansion pack, which requires a much beefier, 800MHz G4-equipped Mac to play, allows players to attain Epic status, which brings characters up to level 40. The expansion set equips players with a whole library of new spells and feats in order to battle a new pride of Epic creatures.
Both the expansion sets, which require a full install of the original title, are available for $29.99 USD from the IMG Store. Follow the links below to order your copy today.
IMG Store: Neverwinter Nights: Shadow of Undrentide Expansion Pack
IMG Store: Neverwinter Nights: Hordes of the Underdark Expansion Pack
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