Pathfinder: Kingmaker – Season Pass & DLC Announced, Wildcards Brings A New Race In!

Pathfinder Kingmaker DLC Wildcards Varnhold's Lot Beneath the Stolen Lands Season Pass

The developers of cRPG Pathfinder: Kingmaker have taken to Steam to announce the three upcoming DLC to the game: Wildcards, Varnhold’s Lot and Beneath the Stolen Lands.

  • DLC #1 – The Wildcards will bring in a new playable race, Tieflings, a new class Kineticist and a new character that combines that race and class together. The DLC is due to be released on December 6th.

 “A new playable race. During the poll to decide which bonus race we were going to add to the game, one particular option was requested a lot (besides the winner – Aasimars): Tieflings, the people with a drop of demonic blood in their veins. They didn’t make it into the base game but became the natural choice for the first piece of post-release content.”

  • DLC #2 – Varnhold’s Lot will feature a bonus campaign highlighting the adventures of a fellow hero of the Stolen Lands, mercenary captain Maegar Varn. You can export the choices of this campaign into the main game and face their consequences.

While you’re building your barony in the Shrike Hills and Narlmarshes, Varn and his people are establishing their own nation of Varnhold in the rocky foothills of Dunsward. What did they have to face?

DLC #3 – Beneath the Stolen Lands will introduce a new game mode: a rogue-like randomly generated endless dungeon with a new unique boss. You can explore it in a separate game or as a part of your main campaign.

Sometimes you want to play a story with memorable characters, rich lore, and a complicated set of choices and consequences. But then there are days when you just want to grab a sword, cast some spells, and destroy a horde of monsters!

Check out our review to learn more about the game!

Pathfinder: Kingmaker feels like going back and playing Neverwinter Nights again… except if NWN had been updated and polished to be even better. Which is saying something, because Neverwinter Nights is still one of my all-time favorite games. In some ways I feel like I have been waiting for this game for 15 years and I couldn’t be happier to see the torch being carried in such a skilled and entertaining way.

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