Includes: Neverwinter Nights + Shadows of Undrentide + Hordes of the Underdark.
Neverwinter Nights (NWN) is a new Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) roleplaying game from BioWare, the developers of Baldur's Gate and Tales of the Sword Coast. Neverwinter Nights has been designed specifically for the online, multiplayer environment and the latest in 3D technology and also allows you to experience all the magic of pen-and-paper Dungeon-Mastering on your home computer! Using Neverwinter Nights' powerful and user-friendly Neverwinter Toolset, you can create and populate entire new modular worlds and stories for others to adventure in. As an all-powerful Dungeon Master (DM), Neverwinter Nights even allows you to alter the plot, possess characters, and manage combat from behind the scenes, all in real-time.
- Fast-paced RPG with an easily accessible interface suitable for new players and RPG veterans.
- Over 60 hours of single-player adventure
- The multiplayer experience of a lifetime within a huge online environment.
- Create your own adventure with the revolutionary, easy to use Neverwinter Aurora Toolset, enabling you to create your own world, characters, monsters, stories, weapons, legends and gameplay scenarios.
- Become a Dungeon Master and connect with your friends online.
- Exciting, beautifully rendered 3D environments.
- Classic Dungeons & Dragons role-playing utilising the D&D 3rd Edition rule set.
- PC Gamer 'Game of the Month' August 2002 - 94% Rated.
Neverwinter Nights Shadows of Undrentide will include a new 40-hour single player campaign as well as game features new to Neverwinter Nights. Additions include, new skills, including Tumble and Appraise; new feats, such as Divine Might, Extra Music and Bullheaded; new weapons, such as Holy Water Flasks and Choking Powder; new prestige classes, such as Harper Scout; new monsters from the D&D universe, including Medusa, Cockatrice, Sphinx and Female Fire Giant; and dozens of new spells.
Neverwinter Nights Hordes of the Underdark will include a new 20-hour single player campaign, designed for high-level characters and set amidst the famous city of Waterdeep and the foreboding Underdark from the D&D game's Forgotten Realms campaign setting. Hordes of the Underdark will significantly expand upon the Neverwinter Nights universe, most notably with the addition of Epic Level gameplay. Based upon the rules published by Wizards of the Coast in the D&D game supplement Epic Level Handbook, Epic Levels will be available for characters who have reached level 20, allowing them to advance as far as level 30.
In addition, Neverwinter Nights: Hordes of the Underdark will introduce several new prestige classes, including the Shifter, a druidic class specializing in shape shifting; dozens of new feats, such as Epic Reputation, Craft Weapon and Armor Skin; a multitude of new weapons and spells, many designed solely for epic level characters; challenging new creatures pulled straight out of the Underdark, including Mind Flayers, Beholders and Driders; several new character voice sets for even greater character customization; and 17 new epic soundtracks from composer Jeremy Soule.
Neverwinter Nights Hordes of the Underdark will equip module makers with two new tilesets and additional content for the Neverwinter Nights Aurora Toolset, the groundbreaking software included with the full game that allows players to create their own universes, quests and storylines. The two new tilesets will be based around the new campaign and will include exciting new features specific to certain denizens of the Underdark itself.
CPU: Pentium 2 450 MHz (minimum) - Pentium 3 800 MHz (recommended)
RAM: 128 MB (minimum) - 256 MB (recommended)
Windows: 98/XP/VISTA with DirectX 9.0c
Graphics card: 16 MB OpenGL 1.2 (minimum) - GeForce 2 or higher (recommended)
Sound card: DirectX 9.0c compatible
Disk space: 2 GB
Disc drive: 8x DVD-ROM
Multiplayer: Broadband, 56K Modem