Neverwinter announces the end of PvP seasons as the devs ‘explore ways to evolve PvP’

    
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It looks like there’s a paradigm shift to PvPing on the way to Neverwinter. While Season 14 is still coming — specifically between now and May 20th — it will be the last PvP season while the devs plot out where to take PvP from here. “PvP Queues will continue to be available but no subsequent seasons are planned at this time as we explore ways to evolve Neverwinter PvP,” explains the post.

With that in mind, players who are invested in the game’s PvP seasons will want to either spend their Battle Trophies or purchase whatever items they desire from the Seasonal Reward Vendor, as both of those will be going away and will not be used for the game’s future PvP features. The devs are also planning to hold a Q&A which will discuss the current and potential status of PvP; a date for that broadcast is yet to be determined. There’s still some time left before things do change, of course, but just know that change is coming.

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Bruno Brito

A good way would be for this dogshit monetization to go away? Stop P2Winning your fucking game, and that’s half of the goddamn problem gone.

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Din Djarin

Translation: We don’t got a f***ng clue how to fix things, so we’ll just remove this feature, promising something better later on… and hope people won’t notice it’s gone.

That’s generally the gist of what Cryptic does. They remove things they say are sub-par, promise something better, and never deliver.

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ItsBrou

Very much so. CoH Supergroup base raiding and Items of Power from Cathedral of Pain as a very early example in case someone wants to blame it on publishers.

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Richard de Leon III

Well, to be fair, hardly anyone PVPs in neverwinter anymore, at least the leveling group. When i pvp at cap i get mauled (since i play too infrequently to have top gear).

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ItsBrou

“Evolved” is Cryptic speak for “break the queues in a patch permanently, never allocate time to fix them, and gut rewards with inferior replacements like weak consumables or extremely old rewards that are far below the power level of gear today.”

Well…if you’ve played CO.