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The Xbox Games Showcase came and went last week, and whilst it was clear that Halo Infinite was supposed to be the main takeaway, it was Obsidian who kind of swept the floor with their slate of 3 upcoming projects; including their brand new fantasy RPG Avowed being one of the most anticipated games from the reveal.
It’s not looking good for Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire earning a rave critical reception back in 2018 and averaging 89% on Metacritic, low sales means Pillars of Eternity 3 is an increasingly distant prospect.
Obsidian Entertainment, newly under the wing of Microsoft, has revealed the details of Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire’s third and final expansion - The Forgotten Sanctum.
Twitch Prime is really stepping up its game this month, announcing that it’s giving away 21 games as part of its Twitch Prime subscription service this month. Twitch rather insultingly calls them ‘free games’, although anyone can see they aren't free, they’re included as part of a Twitch Prime subscription.
It’s driver merry-go-round time again for Nvidia GeForce owners. The GeForce 397.64 WHQL driver provides Game Ready Driver support for Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire, Conan Exiles, and Destiny 2’s Warmind expansion.
If you’re a fan of terrifyingly deep progression systems and reams and reams of dense text, then you’d probably be wise to pay some attention to Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire. Obsidian launched Deadfire on PC today, along with a swanky new launch trailer to try and lure you into its D20 depths.
We’re barreling towards Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire’s release date at quite a rate, but let’s just take a moment to hit the space-bar and pause as Obsidian has announced its post-launch roadmap for the nautical sequel.
If you’ve got a spare 100 hours, step up right up and discover all of the key new features inbound for Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire. Obsidian, in conjunction with publisher Versus Evil, has revealed the new ‘Features’ trailer for Pillars 2 today, providing an oversight on the new combat mechanics, sailing ships across the Deadfire archipelago, deeper stat customisation, and a more expansive world.
Drop your scepters, abandon your animancy - Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire has been delayed. Obsidian has taken the tough decision to push its isometric RPG back another month and Pillars of Eternity 2 is now going to be launching for PC on Tuesday, May 8th.
After its brief beta period, Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire will be launching on PC on April 3rd, Obsidian has announced. Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire’s road to release has been suspiciously smoothly sailing, at least from the outside looking in. That’s not meant to sound distrustful but those folks at Obsidian really do know how to crack out an RPG to schedule, and they rarely disappoint.
There’s been a distinct lack of quality bundles over on Humble, aside from the usually excellent Monthly bundles, but they’ve served up a real sizzler this week in conjunction with Paradox.