Obsidian Entertainment’s Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire has been dated for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The consoles will be getting the game in standard and collector’s editions in January.
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The decision to be a space hero or galactic bandit are in the player’s hands with Obsidian’s The Outer Worlds. The single-player adventure is heading to most major consoles next week.
Halcyon colony is looking for more people to bring their talents to The Outer Worlds. However, applicants should remember that all guarantees are not guaranteed.
It was already known that Obsidian Entertainment’s Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire was coming to consoles. Versus Evil has now officially announced the game’s Ultimate Edition for said consoles, though no release date has been given.
The Pillars of Eternity have gotten wider as the game launches on Nintendo Switch. RPGamers can now play the Kickstarter success on the go.
A new PlayStation Underground video offers up half an hour of gameplay footage from The Outer Worlds. The hosts go through one of the early quests in the town of Edgewater, with senior designer Brian Heins and producer Matthew Singh on hand to answer some questions.
Given the number of games making their way to the Switch, it’s not too odd that The Outer Worlds would be joining. Still, it is welcome news nonetheless.
Pillars of Eternity II is already heading to Nintendo Switch, alongside other consoles, later this year. Before that, however, Switch owners are getting a chance to play through the first game.
The Outer Worlds received a release date at this year’s E3, but there was also a demo of the game to check out. Pascal Tekaia reported back on his brief visit to the planet Monarch.
Obsidian Entertainment’s The Outer Worlds gave the Xbox E3 Briefing an RPG to kick things off with. Along with a new trailer, the game also received an October release date.
Become the Watcher and hunt a renegade god. Captain a ship, assemble a crew, and brave the high seas in this old school pirate adventure.
Included among the announcements at Epic Games’ GDC keynote presentation was the news that The Outer Worlds’ PC version is coming to the Epic Games Store. Otter stores will still get the game, but it will take a year to reach them.
Obsidian had a Kickstarter campaign to produce a type of RPG not seen much in recent years, and the fundraising was successful. Pillars of Eternity was the result, and a new review perspective is now available for it.
Obsidian Entertainment’s latest action RPG The Outer Worlds takes players to the edge of space. Co-directors Leonard Boyarsky and Tim Cain reveal their thoughts about fan expectations and more in this video interview.
Some games can get new content for years, but very rarely does a single-player game receive a combat overhaul. However, that’s exactly what’s happening to Pillars of Eternity II.
Those worried that Obsidian Entertianment’s recent acquisition by Microsoft will affect Pillars of Eternity II’s console release need not fret. The game is still set to arrive on PS4, Xbox One, and Switch in 2019.
This week was a busy one in terms of DLC releases. New expansion content for Shadows: Awakening, Pillars of Eternity II, and Ni no Kuni II is available now.
Obsidian Entertainment announced its latest title at The Game Awards, which is being published by Take-Two subsidiary Private Division. The Outer Worlds sees Fallout creators Tim Cain and Leonard Boyarsky team up again, this time for a first-person sci-fi RPG.
After over 77,000 Kickstarter backers contributed to Obsidian’s campaign, a new title named Pillars of Eternity came to pass. We have quite a bit to say about this title that deliberately evokes the PC RPGs of a now-bygone era.
The final piece of paid post-game content will be arriving soon for Pillars of Eternity II. This time around players will be delving into a sleeping god to prevent a cataclysm.