'Pillars Of Eternity 2' News & Update; Deadfire Fortunate Crowdfunding As It Was Announced By Obsidian
Obsidian announced "Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire" after their Crowd funding in the Fig. This funding reached their campaign target and raised a total of $1.1 million.
According to In Game Name, "Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire," is a sequel to the studio's acclaimed isometric party RPG from 2015. Others thought that the new title will be called Project Louisiana, while others hoped that it would be the return of the Fallout universe.
As players can observe for the first instalment, the game makes use of the decisions and actions. Deadfire features new and returning companions which include hunting down the god Eothas, who was raised from the dead at Caed Nua.
Deadfire Archipelago introduces a new culture in the world of Eora. It is where the "Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire" takes place.
Deadfire developers have done their part in making the game better than the first one. As we can see in the game, it's fluid weather system has its own effects. Citizens are also responding to different quests given and depends on where they are.
In the game, players explore the environment by moving from island to island by means of traveling by land or by sea. "Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire" also includes meeting up with a band of fierce pirates and smoothing out relations between the locals.
"Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire" had many features that is well received by fans and critics, Polygon said. One of the features is the pausable real-time combat system with multiple branching story paths and with over 80 hours of gameplay, not including the content that is downloadable.
Game Developers aim to add some features that players want to see and to improve the original game. They want the players to define and play the role they want to play. "Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire" is using the Fig crowdfunding/investment platform and it is slated on PC, Mac, and Linux.
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