Pathfinder: Wrath Of The Righteous Is Unleashed On Consoles

29 September, 2022 - 5:47 pm by
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Dungeon crawler Pathfinder: Wrath Of The Righteous sees an Enhanced Edition launch today across PS4, Xbox One and Switch today and to celebrate, Owlcat Games have released a new trailer showcasing the changes to the 2021 PC hit.

For console players looking at picking up the Enhanced Edition of Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous will find that this is the standard version of the isometric RPG, but comes with all the quality-of-life improvements, a photo mode, and free DLC released so far.

All owners of the PC version will also receive a free update to version 2.0, bringing the game to the same Enhanced Edition seen with the console release.

The Pathfinder game series originated as a Table Top RPG before making the jump to PC. The latest entry, Wrath of the Righteous originally released last year on PC and for those hearing about the game for the first time, here’s a brief overview according to the developers:

Embark on a journey to a realm overrun by demons in an epic RPG from the creators of the critically acclaimed Pathfinder: Kingmaker, and based on Paizo Publishing’s tabletop Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Explore the nature of good and evil, learn the true cost of power, and rise as a Mythic Hero capable of deeds beyond mortal expectations.

The realm of Sarkoris was destroyed when Areelu Vorlesh, a scholar and practitioner of forbidden magics, opened a rift to the abyssal planes of existence, and hordes of demons invaded the world of Golarion. Led by the evil Demon Lords Deskari and Baphomet, the abyssal forces crushed all who stood against them, turning Sarkoris into a demon‑infested land now known as the Worldwound. Join the Crusade against the demonic invasion and rise as a new hero wielding unimaginable powers in this classic cRPG. The fate of this world lies in your hands.

Players picking up the game on PlayStation and Xbox will be able to play the game on the newest generation of hardware via their respective backwards compatibility modes, and all paid DLC will be included as part of Wrath of the Righteous‘s season pass.

The Switch release is a cloud version and will see the paid DLC aspects released at a later date.

It’s strange to see an expanded edition be released without all previous DLC, and from a consumer point of view, we hope this doesn’t become the norm, but for now it’s good Owlcat Games’ popular RPG is available to more platforms.

Pathfinder: Wrath Of The Righteous is out now on PC, PlayStation 4, Switch (Cloud), and Xbox One.