If you’re looking for an excellent RPG experience and somehow managed to miss the excellent Pillars of Eternity, the Definitive Edition of the game is out now for PC, Mac, and Linux. The game is one of the best RPG experiences in recent years, and it should be played by every person who likes RPG games.
The Definitive Edition, aside from the base game, comes with lots of extra goodies inside. In fact, the complete version of the game has all of the official content released for the game to date, including its two expansion packs.
The whole package includes the original Pillars of Eternity, the two expansions (The White March: Parts I & II) expanding the original game with dozens of hours’ worth of new quests, characters, location, and more, along with expanding the main story quest of PoE. If you pick the Definitive Edition, you will also receive content previously available only with Pillars of Eternity: Royal Edition. That includes the game’s original soundtrack, a digital collector’s book, an original novella set in the game’s universe, and more.
Finally, the complete edition comes with a new “Deadfire Pack,” inspired by the game’s sequel, Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire. The pack contains new game items to earn along with new portraits from the upcoming sequel. The game is available for $39.99.
Closed Beta for Sequel
And while we are talking about Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire, Obsidian announced that the closed beta for the sequel is available to play starting today. The beta is available only for early backers, who pledged at higher tiers. You can also play the beta in case you pre-purchased the game, which is available at Obsidian’s website. And in case you pledged for the game, but not at the tier giving you closed beta access, you can add the Backer Beta to your pledge by visiting this link.
The closed beta for the Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire gives players a chance to try out new features such as multiclassing feature and overhauled combat system. The closed beta will be available from now on, and it will be fitted with new features as they come out, giving backers early glimpse at all new features in the game. The sequel to one of the best isometric RPGs is slated for sometimes during 2018.
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