Pillars of Eternity, the ultimate role-playing experience on PC, comes to Xbox One and PlayStation 4, this fall! Created by and for role-playing fans by Obsidian Entertainment, masters of the RPG genre, Pillars started as a Kickstarter project, where it shattered all funding goals and pulled in more than 75,000 backers. From there, it released to broad critical acclaim, won dozens of awards, and has been a fan favorite on the PC. Now, Paradox Arctic has adapted this unmissable RPG for an entirely new audience on major consoles — bringing Pillars’ fantastical world, tactical combat, and unforgettable story to fans on a whole new platform. Pillars of Eternity: Complete Edition includes all previously released additional content from the PC version, including all DLC and expansions in a single package. But Pillars of Eternity: Complete Edition goes beyond just offering everything together. Paradox Arctic has thoroughly updated the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of the award-winning RPG for play with a controller, and have entirely redesigned the UI for easy viewing on televisions. Players will be able to easily navigate the game’s detailed character creation, real-time-with-pause combat, and party management from their couches thanks to new TV-friendly menus and controls.
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Straight out from the BlizzCon, Blizzard has revealed that a dungeon (or cathedral) from the original Diablo game will make its appearance in Diablo III.
The pressrelease says the following:
“Celebrate 20 years of Diablo by traveling back into the depths of the Cathedral where it all began in this upcoming Diablo III: Reaper of Souls content update. Get ready to explore a monster-filled dungeon 16 levels deep, and come face to face with the four main bosses from the original game—all with retro touches like special graphics filters and eight-direction character movement.”
If you own the ‘Ultimate Evil’- edition, it will be free.
Blizzard has revealed at this year’s BlizzCon that The Necromancer will make its’ way to Diablo III.
The character type is a part of an update titled “Rise of the Necromancer” and requires both DIII and ‘Reaper of Souls’ expansion. If you already own the game for PS4 or XboxOne, both the original game and the expansion are available in “The Ultimate Evil” volume.
The Necromancer will arrive sometime in 2017. You can read more on the topic here.
Project Wight is the codename for the first game from independent studio The Outsiders.
The Outsiders are lead by David Goldfarb, former Lead Designer on Battlefield 3 and Game Director on Payday 2.
The game is developed in Unity and there is no release date as of yet.
Tyranny is a role playing game with a world setting where the evil has conquered. You play as a general and accomplish tasks that your master appoints to you.
There is no release date set for The Witcher 3‘s second expansion – Blood and Wine, but the developer has announced that it will take around 20 hours to finish it. Anyways, check out the box art below: