Beast of Winter available for Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire

beast of winter available for pillars of eternity II on linux mac windows

Beast of Winter DLC is available for Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire on Linux, Mac and Windows. All possible to independent developer Obsidian Entertainment. Who is also in partnership with indie powerhouse publisher Versus Evil.

So now that the launch of a new DLC expansion pack is live for Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire. Beast of Winter is available now for $9.99 USD. But is free to all DLC Season Pass backers. And also available for fans who own the Obsidian Edition of the game. The DLC is one of three major paid DLC’s coming to the game. Adding more content to the game over the coming months.

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire Beast of Winter Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)

Upon receiving a missive from an isle of worshipers to the god of entropy and disaster. Beast of Winter takes the Watcher and his crew to the southernmost reaches of the Deadfire Archipelago. Since the Watcher is set to be the harbinger of the end of all things. And worshipers of the god of cold and decay, Rymrgand, call upon the Watcher to fulfill their destiny.

Also alongside the Beast of Winter DLC for Linux, Mac and Windows. Obsidian is releasing the next major update to Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire. So this includes their 2.0 patch, which is free to everyone alongside their next free DLC. Hence the mighty “Deck of Many Things” Pack.

Joined with a host of bug fixes and balance improvements, update 2.0 brings new challenge modes to Deadfire. These challenges will test player’s mettle in unique and interesting ways to play through the game. The “Deck of Many Things” pack is the largest free DLC release yet. Which also has the mysterious merchant ship, The Deck of Many Things. All arriving in the Deadfire looking to sell magical items its crew found on its journeys to the East.

Available on Steam and GOG:

The Beast of Winter expansion, update 2.0, and the Deck of Many Things Pack is available on Steam and GOG. Priced at $9.99 USD for Linux, Mac and Windows.

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