The next paid expansion of Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous

The next paid expansion of Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous will be released in March, the main game reaches a new sales peak

Developers from the Owlcat Games Studio revealed this in a recent press release Release date and details the next add-on for the fantasy role-playing game Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, and also talked about the new achievements of the project.

    Image Credit: Owlcat Games

Image Credit: Owlcat Games

It has been revealed that the fourth premium supplement to Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, which was presented in October along with other content of the second Season Pass, is called The Last Sarkorians.

The addon offers to find out what Sarkoris was like before Arilu Vorlesh discovered the world plague, see the crusade through the eyes of the last sarcoric leader and influence the future of the people of the fallen land.

The Last of the Sarkorians will introduce the Shapeshifter class (allowing you to take on the aspects of savage beasts) and a new companion – the ability to transform into the noble griffin Ulbrig Olesk, the last bearer of the memory of ancient Sarkoris.

As has been announced, The Last Sarkorian will be released on March 7th on the PC (steam, GOG, EGS), PS4 and Xbox One as well as on Nintendo Switch (cloud version of the game) will appear later. The owners of the second Season Pass get the addon for free.

In terms of new achievements, Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous has surpassed 1 million copies worldwide since its debut in September 2021. A week after publication, the authors reported about 250,000 copies sold.

“Overcoming such a significant milestone for our second project is an important indicator that the company is moving in the right direction. We’re committed to providing the best RPG experience out there and will continue to fill the rich world of Pathfinder with new content, including both paid and free add-ons.”– promised the creative director of Owlcat Games Alexander Mishulin.

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