Bastard's Wound, the expansion to Obsidian role-playing game Tyranny, will be released 7th September and cost $15.
Alongside the expansion will be a free patch for everyone, adding more voice acting and expanding the game's third act. There's a whole new path to an unseen ending, apparently.
Bastard's Wound adds a big new area stuffed with quests and dilemmas and loot. Apparently the area revolves around a settlement of refugees, which sounds politically poignant.
Obsidian's evil role-playing game Tyranny will get a new expansion later this year called, naughtily, Bastard's Wounds.
Bastard's Wounds opens a new part of the world centered around a settlement of refugees. How will you handle them? Sounds close to the bone!
The expansion will teach us more about Verse, Barik and Lantry through new companion quests, and show us more of the race of the Beastmen.
Obsidian Entertainment has assured Eurogamer it is "doing fine" following the announcement it will no longer develop Armored Warfare, the free-to-play tank game. Those duties will move wholesale to Russian studio My.com, owned by the Russian company bankrolling the whole operation, Mail.ru.
Obsidian's upcoming RPG Tyranny is slated for a 10th November release on PC, Mac and Linux.
Pre-orders are now live at publisher Paradox's official site with the core game costing $44.99.
There are fancier versions like the $59.99 Archon Edition that includes the original soundtrack, a high-resolution digital map, exclusive coat of arms, wallpapers, ringtones, and a short story collection.
Obsidian Entertainment has announced a new RPG at the Paradox GDC press conference. It's called Tyranny.
Due out at some point in 2016, Tyranny isn't a successor to Pillars of Eternity, but it does run on the same engine.
This time out you create a character who played a key role in the domination of this land. Dubbed the "Fatebinder", you customise not only their look but also their history as you select certain decisions they made in the recent upheaval. These drastically affect the state of the world, and Obsidian promises many branching storylines.