The anger of the righteous arrives on the consoles
Last update there is June 29, 2021
In recent years have seen a massive boom in the table game industry – 2020 was the best year of sales of Dungeons & Dragons to date, with a representation in media like Stranger Things and live emissions like Critical Role and dimension 20 aroused interest in the hobby to new heights. Of course, it was just a matter of time before the game developers start capitalizing on the boom. The cousin’s more crispy D & D, Pathfinder, saw the exit of an isometric RPG to a massively successful player with Pathfinder: Kingmaker, and now the Owlcat Games developers are preparing to launch a spiritual successor with Pathfinder: Wrath of the Rightsous.
Owlcat Games maintains its vision of the parameter and the Pathfinder rules set – although a second cleaned and streamlined editing of the table game has been published in 2019, Wrath of the Rightous, just like Kingmaker, is based on the rules of The first edition. Pathfinder is well known for the huge amount of published content available, and a large part is translated into the game. There are ten playable breeds, 21 classes playable with five archetypes each, and enough spells and donations to make a blush a Archimage. A base element of the TTRPG will also be transferred to Wrath of the Rightous – the party. You can customize your party makeup based on your gaming style, whether it’s a full crew of veteran adventurers or a Vaurian band at the treasure hunt.
WRATH OF THE RIGHTEOUS is currently kickstarter and has already raised a huge treasure of more than $ 2 million. The last update of the developer of Owlcat Games has confirmed that Wrath of the Righteous will not only reach PC – just like Kingmaker, it will arrive at PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S versions available through backward compatibility.
Pathfinder: WRATH OF THE RIGHTEOUS is currently in its second beta phase, with a complete exit scheduled for September 2, 2021.