Today Deep Silver announced the release date of the forthcoming isometric RPG Pathfinder: Kingmaker.
The game, created by Owlcat Games (with a story by Chris Avellone and audio by Inon Zur), will be the fruit of a Kickstarter effort that raised $909,057 from backers, and can eventually see the light on September 25th to get PC.
It’ll be accessible both physically and digitally, but you’ll have the ability to pick between four digital editions.
The Noble version will cost $54.99 and will comprise two premium items (a seal which allows you bless your celebration and a girdle with illness and fatigue immunity bonuses), a digital artbook, an electronic soundtrack, and 2 extra player portraits.
The Royal Edition prices $69,99 and includes all of the above plus an electronic map, a red panda puppy, along with an adventure module composed by Chris Avellone. Lastbut not least, the Imperial Edition adds that the season pass for $84.99.
If you’re not familiar with Pathfinder, it’s probably among the best pen & paper RPGs ever released. Below you can read all of this narrative.
“To the north lie on the Stolen Lands, an area that has been contested land for centuries. Hundreds of kingdoms have risen and fallen in such lands, and now it is time for you to create your mark–by constructing your kingdom! To do so, you’ll want to endure the harsh wilderness and the threat of rival nations… and threats within your own court.
You certainly don’t need to be familiar with the story, however if you’re, you will encounter characters that you know and love as well as a range of brand-new events, allies, companions, and threats that extend and improve the original Adventure Path. Together with Paizo and their authors, the story and quests are enlarged by RPG writer Chris Avellone and the Owlcat group, allowing for much more adventure in the rich story of the Stolen Lands.
While Pathfinder: Kingmaker is a single-player game, you will not be adventuring alone. “Kingmaker” includes a diverse cast of companies and NPCs, such as iconic characters from the Pathfinder placing itself. You will need to decide who to trust and who to watch carefully, as each companion has a schedule, orientation, and targets that may vary from yours. Your journey will eventually turn into their journey, and you’ll help shape their own lives both at the present time and well into the future. ”
It is also possible to read about a few of the most fascinating features of this game, which lets you construct your kingdom.
“We decided to accommodate the Kingmaker adventure path because it comes with a multitude of open-world mechanics, enabling players to experience the story in their pace as they research the Stolen Lands, which will challenge you as either an adventurer and a ruler. Most importantly, the game enables you to maintain these lands on your own, permitting you to carve your own kingdom in the jungle. Select your allies well, and keep them close while exploring ancient tombs and ruins — and while handling politics in your own court.
As you’ll discover, building a kingdom extends beyond just building a stronghold: Your kingdom is a manifestation of your personality and your options during the game. It is a living thing shaped by your alignment, your allies, and also your capacity to lead your people. Not only will your kingdom enlarge, opening up new lands and allowing you to build new communities and towns, but also your capital town will physically change according to your choices, your policies, as well as whom you choose to ally with. As your realm develops, a number of factions and neighboring states will come to you to find prefer –and to test your advantage. ”
And yes, if you’re wondering, romance is also a part of this package. If you’re not just happy (such as me) using the leadership the Baldur’s Gate series was dragged on recently, this looks like a very interesting choice.