Pillars of Eternity Summary
's isometric throwback RPG Pillars of Eternity is so close now I can almost taste it, which means excited nerds like me are scrabbling to get their hands on any in-game footage they can.
Luckily for us, designer Josh Sawyer tookrecently to stream over an hour of new footage, including a look at the stronghold base of Caed Nua.
and have just announced the long awaited Pillars of Eternity RPG will be adventuring on desktops March 26th. From those humble $3,986,929 beginnings on .
Pillars of Eternity is an old school isometric, party-based RPG set in an all-new fantasy world. So no, sorry, no lightsabers. A live stream with never-before-seen content will air tomorrow, January 15th.
Obsidian have been hard at work getting Pillars of Eternity ready for launch next February, and recently that's meant getting the development team to do a mass playthrough test of the isometric fantasy RPG.
Project director Josh Sawyer goes through what the team discovered in a, and revealed some information on what they're working on next.
While we do have a certain big RPG release tothis week, I'm still sort of pining for Obsidian's Pillars of Eternity, which was delayed into the first quarter of 2015.
Luckily designer Josh Sawyer and Youtuber Jesse Cox sat down to play anof the fantasy RPG recently, and you can check out the results here.
The Pillars of Eternity pre-order editions have been detailed; those who pre-order from a digital distributor will receive a 10% discount, a couple of in-game bonus items and a truckload of extras.
Publisher Paradox and developer Obsidian are also going to be streaming some new content from the fantasy RPG on thethis Thursday, November 13.