New Pathfinder Game Announced, Contains Demon Hordes

A new Pathfinder game just got announced, it’s called Wrath of the Righteous, and it features a new setting full of demon hordes.

Official art for Wrath of the Righteous
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New Pathfinder game will learn from the mistakes of the previous title

Pathfinder: Kingmaker is an extremely ambitious CRPG that lets you manage an empire and go on epic adventures. A game that stayed true to its tabletop counterpart, which both made it great and infuriating to play. It had a lot of bugs, insane RNG, and other unpolished parts that made it a diamond in the rough. Unfortunately, it never managed to shine, but maybe the new game will do just that. A new Pathfinder game is on its way, bringing with it a new setting, demon hordes, a darker visual style, new base classes, the mythic progression system from the tabletop, and more, as reported by PC Gamer.

The devs also promise to release Wrath of the Righteous in a polished and stable state. Guess they noticed the mess that Kingmaker was. Let’s just hope the insanely random difficulty spikes and RNG nonsense also gets toned down by A LOT.

Battle in Pathfinder: Kingmaker
Pathfinder: Kingmaker, the first Pathfinder title
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A darker tone, tons of new content, improved gameplay mechanics

The new Pathfinder game takes us to Worldwound. A hellish wasteland where a brutal war is being waged between demonic creatures and the mortals. Fans of the Pathfinder tabletop that featured this setting in this adventure model will meet some familiar characters. There’s also the new mythic progression system that comes with some incredibly interesting Mythics. This time we will get to be an undying Lich, a divine Angel, or a sneaky Trickster. As far as new classes are concerned, the Witch and the Oracle have been confirmed. A new race is coming, as well as new archetypes.

While you wait for Wrath of the Righteous, why not buy Pathfinder: Kingmaker on HRK Game and give it a shot?

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