After the success of Pathfinder: Kingmaker, creator Owlcat Games is working on a sequel…Pathfinder: Wrath Of The Righteous. The crowdfunding campaign ended with over two million dollars raised, and not long after, Owlcat conducted an alpha test in April and May of 2020,
They’ve applied what they learned from testing into a new build one year later, a beta which becomes available today (under certain conditions). This beta test will be the last before Pathfinder is made available publicly, and anyone who paid for beta access on the Kickstarter or Slacker Backer campaigns will be able to participate.
Within the latest version of the game, you’ll find all content included in the first beta, plus more sidequests, new content like Crusade gameplay, the finalized UI, and a weapon companion that talks (hope that’s not too annoying). Plus a new weather effects system that simulates wind, snow, rain and lightning storms, and some new dinosaur pets and mounts that were a result of the Slacker Backer campaign.
“Our studio is excited for fans to once again embark on a Mythic Path and immerse themselves in well over 50 hours of spellbinding content,” says Alexander Mishulin, Creative Director of Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous. “We plan on carefully monitoring feedback as we gear up for the game’s launch later this year, just as we did during our first beta this past February.”
And now we know when Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous will launch…Owlcat says it should be ready September 2 for PC via Steam and GOG.