Pillars Of Eternity II: Seeker, Slayer, Survivor DLC Trailer, Release Date Revealed (VIDEO)
Pillars of Eternity II’s first DLC, Beasts of Winter, brought players to the southernmost reaches of the Deadfire Archipelago, where the Watcher was tasked with fulfilling their destiny and saving Eora from an ancient dragon. Now, Obsidian Entertainment is pulling players out of the ice and throwing them directly into the fire with the game’s second DLC, Seeker, Slayer, Survivor. Check out the teaser trailer below:
Revealed over on the Pillars of Eternity II’s Fig page, Seeker, Slayer, Survivor will throw the Watcher into the challenges of Kazuwari’s Crucible, with the promise of “treasure and truth” for the victor. Here’s the breakdown of the second DLC:
“Far from the bustling trade lanes of the Deadfire Archipelego, the most ambitious warriors of Eora gather to compete for divine favor. Face the challenges of Kazuwari’s Crucible and seek treasure and truth in an arena designed to test the mettle of you and your party. Slay your way through the most challenging foes you have ever faced, both past and present. Survive the trials and whims of the spirits and their worshipers to prove you stand above even the greatest the Deadfire has to offer. ”
In addition to the upcoming DLC, fans will also be able to look forward to Patch 2.1, which releases on September 11th. Here’s what players can expect from the new patch:
- Abydon – The more you use weapons and armor, the more they will wear down and become “Damaged”. This modifier will make them progressively worse and eventually destroy them, unless the mods are removed through Enchantments. Choose the items you will wear into battle wisely!
- Skaen – With Skaen’s challenge, when indoors or at night, fog of war encroaches more. Torches and lanterns can partially offset the additional fog of war, but only a little.
Pillars of Eternity II: Seeker, Slayer, Survivor DLC launches on September 25, 2018.
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