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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Slavic folklore RPG Yaga is now available on the Apple Arcade service. The game will also be coming to PC and consoles in a couple of weeks.
Ivan the friendly one-handed blacksmith’s journey begins this November. Yaga is an adventure that follows the unlucky hero as he attempts to solve all of his woes.
Not only does Ivan have a hand missing and incredible bad luck, but he is also a magnet for evil creatures. In Yaga, Ivan will fight nasty beasts such as Kikimora, a bucket-wearing evil scarecrow.
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.
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.
In Versus Evil’s new title Yaga, players control Ivan, a portly blacksmith with awful luck. The one-armed smithy will need more than a flying forge in his pursuit to find a bride and get his granny off his back.
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.
The new game mode unlocked during the Kickstarter campaign has arrived in Banner Saga 3. The only downside is it’s only available for PC for the time being.
Banner Saga 3’s arena mode is getting ready for launch. The Kickstarter stretch goal is in open beta ahead of its release next week.
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.
With the Beast of Winter taken care of, it’s time for the crew of Deadfire to make its way to the arena. Fans of Pillars of Eternity’s combat will be getting just what they’re looking for with the game’s next DLC.
Banner Saga 3, the conclusion to the the epic Viking inspired Banner Saga trilogy, was recently released on PC and console. RPGamer was given the opportunity to chat with developer Stoic’s art director Arnie Jorgensen to discuss the recent release and reflect on the trilogy as a whole.
The concluding part of Stoic’s Viking trilogy that began back in 2014 is now available. Various purchasing options are available, including a few physical options.
Many have traversed the Deadfire Archipelago seeking adventure and riches but now Obsidian is inviting players to the south in order to meet a peculiar cult. Who, or what, is the Beast of Winter and what will the first expansion for the game bring?
Who or what is the great serpent? Sure, knowledge of Norse Mythology will probably help on that front but there may be a bit more going on with it in Banner Saga 3.
It’s not been long since the first game released on Switch, but the second part of The Banner Saga has a release date for the console. Players will have a bit of time to work through the two games before the conclusion hits in July.