Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous is a role playing game developed by Owlcat Games and published by META Publishing.
Based on the tabletop role playing franchise Pathfinder, it is a sequel to 2017’s Pathfinder: Kingmaker.
Embark to a mysterious archipelago on a cursed ship and partake in rogue-like challenges, battling new and old enemies while seeking treasure.
Enhanced Edition was also announced, which will be the standard version for console releases and a free upgrade for current owners on PC.
The DLC adds two new characters - Rekarth, a former thief, and Sendri, a magic wielder. It's coming to Steam, GOG and Epic Games Store.
A conservative yet meaningful evolution of the classic RPG.
Whether it's allying with demons or commanding the forces of good, choosing your Mythic Path or allies, the RPG promises lots of freedom.
UPDATE: Console versions of the RPG have been delayed, and contrary to previous reporting, the game will not be arriving for Xbox Game Pass.
Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous has confirmed its console releases for Xbox and PlayStation, slated to release during Fall 2021.
Venture to the Worldwound to face off against legions of demons from the Abyss. Choose different Mythic Paths to become a legend.
The second beta is also live for Kickstarter backers.
It will be available for certain tiers of Kickstarter backers.
Tutorials, a combat log, and more will be included for the mode.
Two story chapters, six new classes, and several new companions are available to play with.
Recently unlocked stretch goals include additional global map encounters, the Riddles of Areshkigal and more.
Owlcat Games also discusses how to unlock Mythic Paths and how alignment factors in.
Take an early look at Owlcat Games' next massive RPG.
Next stretch goal is for a symphonic orchestra for several key themes.
It's currently planned to release by June 2021.
Additional details, along with gameplay, will also be revealed.
The follow-up to Pathfinder: Kingmaker heads to the Worldwound for a war against demons.