Shadows of Undrentide goes gold

Something for those long, dark Nights.

As some of you gleefully pointed out over the weekend, Floodgate's Shadows of Undrentide expansion for BioWare's Neverwinter Nights has gone gold, and according to our last influx of release dates from The Publisher Formerly Known As Infogrames, is due out on June 13th.

Unlike a lot of expansion packs, Shadows of Undrentide should be worth playing, coming as it does from Floodgate, a studio formed by former employees of Looking Glass, and featuring a raft of new content (16 new monsters, three new tilesets, five new prestige classes, and a new campaign set in a new area of the Forgotten Realms).

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