Developer Owlcat Games and publisher Prime Matter have announced that Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous is coming to PS4, Xbox One and Switch this September.
Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous hits PS4, Xbox One and Switch on September 29th
The CRPG is getting a lot of news today as Owlcat Games not only dropped a new teaser trailer featuring the new DLC The Treasure of the Midnight Isles, but also announced a release date for consoles. Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch on September 29th. This comes alongside a free update happening for PC players who will get full controller support that includes gamepads all around.
The game first launched on PC via Steam, GOOG, and the Epic Game Store, but will be coming to more platforms this September. The title will also be available on Switch, but a cloud version will be available. The enhanced version will become the standard version for purchase on consoles, and PC players will get a free update on the same day.
In case you missed it, the game is the latest title adapted from Piezo’s legendary tabletop RPG. Pathfinder: Rite of the Righteous is not a sequel to Pathfinder: Kingmaker, but continues to expand on the core elements of the first title, delivering another epic CRPG adventure. In this title, players will encounter strategic combat game mechanics, mounted combat and crusade modes that allow players to select their generals, change the size of their armies and explore the world map.
The game received several DLCs including some free content and premium content. The last DLC through The Ashes provided new features, companions and more. If you want to know our thoughts on this, get it here on Pathfinder: WatR Through The Ashes DLC Overview Impressions.
Things seem to be looking bright on the Owlcat horizon as the developer is also working on a more roguelike adventure in Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader which is the first CRPG set in The Grim Dark Future.
Pathfinder Rage of the Righteous Currently available on PC and coming to PS4, Xbox One and Switch this September 29th with a controller support update.
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