Developer Owlcat Games and publisher Koch Media have this week announced that their anticipated upcoming sequel Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous will launch on consoles this year alongside the already confirmed PC version, which itself launches in September. A solid release date for the console version hasn’t yet been set in stone, but sometime within the autumn window is the plan. There will be both digital and physical copies available.
“As a game developer, we are always happy to bring our games to as many players as possible. We received a lot of questions from our fans and today we can officially confirm that Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous is coming to consoles both digitally and in retail,” said Oleg Shpilchevskiy, Head of Owlcat Games in a press release sent to Twinfinite.
“And we are glad to continue our partnership with Koch Media and its newly launched Prime Matter label to bring physical console copies to the stores around the globe,” he added.
This week’s console announcement coincided with a new developer diary episode revealing the city of Drezen in greater detail. The huge urban settlement servers as a key location in the early portion of the game as players are tasked with sieging its central fortress by its Queen.
For those not up to speed with Pathfinder, it’s an epic role-playing experience based on the TRPG from Paizo. The first game in the series, Kingmaker, was released in 2018, featuring gameplay reminiscent of other modern CRPGs such as Divinity, featuring isometric gameplay and lots of roleplaying options. You can find out more about the game via its official website here.