Pathfinder’s Wrath of the Righteous From Owlcat Games and META Publishing Now Available for PC steamAnd Gog And Epic Games Store Available. An epic new RPG comes from the critically acclaimed creators Pathfinder: Kingmakerwhich has sold more than a million copies worldwide. According to the announcement on December 4, 2019, the new game has raised over $2 million in a Kickstarter campaign.
„while developing righteous indignation We carefully collected comments from the community‘, Creative Director Sagit Alexander Mishulin. „Your support has helped us expand the game and create the CRPG experience we’ve dreamed of. We are very grateful for that.“
The game is based on the popular Tabletop RPG Pathfinder It takes place in Worldwound, a land conquered by an army of demons, Dicari. To fight corruption, players choose one of several legendary paths, each offering different stories. As leaders, players can become a celestial angel, an angry demon, a mighty lich, a cunning trickster, an extraordinary aeon, a rebellious Azata, a wise golden dragon, a walking hungry swarm – or they can remain mortal and take the hard road. alive on itself.
The trailer shows new details about the Crusade mode, as well as the fight over tactical combat mechanics. The Crusades feature allows players to choose their generals, change the size of their army, and explore the world map.
Pathfinder: Righteous Wrath Appears in all major digital stores such as steamAnd Epic Games Store And Gog for 49.99 euros. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions will launch on March 1, 2022. Prime Matter, Koch Media’s premium gaming brand, will sell physical console versions.
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