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It’s the RPGCast trio bringing you another week of mild insanity. Kelley struggles because Japanese names are hard. Chris wants to take all the cats camping, but Anna Marie swiftly vetoes the idea. The dad jokes arrive in full force, and everyone’s thinking about vacations.
Avowed is a new first-person RPG from Obsidian Entertainment. The game will be available on Xbox Series X and PC.
Obsidian’s Pillars of Eternity II has reached the shores of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. A rogue god is on the loose, which leads to the Watcher coming back to save the day one more time.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.