Obsidian's next RPG will be published by Versus Evil, but why not Paradox Interactive who published their last two RPGs, Tyranny and Pillars of Eternity?
Free-roaming 3D isometric RPG is out December 1, has a full Assassin's Creed-like climbing system in a free-roaming RPG world.
Paradox and Obsidian are bringing out a Complete Edition of Pillars of Eternity, their Baldur's Gate spiritual successor, which will also feature brand new DLC - and it'll be free to existing owners of the game.
If you bought a game during Paradox's misguided price increase earlier this year you should be getting details on how to claim a free game as compensation.
Paradox Interactive has announced that the next expansion for Tyranny, The Bastard’s Wound, will be released on 7th September for PC priced at $14.99.
With Tyranny not seeing much in the way of additional content since its release late last year, its abscence from PDXCON 2017 was likely a tough pill for players to swallow. Apparently saving the news for the E3 onslaught, however, comes the Tyranny's first expansion - Bastard's Wound.
The keen-eyed eagles over at Fairfax spotted something within the SEC Filling of Pillars of Eternity II which seem to heavily suggest Obsidian isn't done with Tyranny just yet.
Embracing Twitch streaming almost immediately, Paradox Interactive are now actively partnering with the service to offer something back to its loyal streamers.