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Pathfinder: Kingmaker Receives Release Date in New Trailer

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Indie developer, Owlcat Games, revealed in a new trailer that Pathfinder: Kingmaker will be releasing on PC on September 25.

Pathfinder: Kingmaker is an isometric RPG based off of the popular Pathfinder table-top board game. The title allows players to explore the Stolen Lands, an infamous location featured within the Pathfinder universe that is home to all manner of deadly creatures and enthralling adventures.

Not only will the title bring iconic locations to life, but it will also feature a roster of familiar characters. Overall, Pathfinder will work in conjunction with established lore.

The title will have 14 classes to choose from and 10 companion characters, with the title’s roster boasting a fair amount of diversity to suit a variety of playstyles.

During their adventures, players will have the opportunity to claim explored territory to grow their kingdom. The stronghold acts as its own challenge, as player choices and actions will reflect the development and outcome of the kingdom.

The trailer, embedded below, also reveals some more features and locations from the project.

Players can pre-order the game on Owlcat Games’s official website. Several editions are on offer, featuring a variety of in-game additions.

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Sony Unveils Plans to Expand Studios, Improve PS Now

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Sony held its annual Investors Relations Day today where the company has unveiled plans to maintain its position as market leader of next-gen consoles.

The company enforced that it believes in console generations, especially with the next-generation PlayStation 5 console, capturing the power of new technology to bring transformative and immersive gaming experiences.

The key to Sony delivering its promise will be the new partnership with Microsoft, using the rival company’s Azure cloud technology to improve streaming services. PlayStation Now currently runs on Sony’s servers and has about 700,000 subscribers, however, the new deal could help grow their subscriptions to 5 million.

PlayStation Now will be improved to offer 1080p resolution streaming and beyond, and the quality of content will be enhanced as well, suggesting there may not be as much of a delay with the release of AAA titles on PlayStation Now as there has been so far.

Sony’s PlayStation 4 had immense success from its own exclusive games made by internal studios such as Guerrilla Games, Sony Santa Monica and Naughty Dog. Both God of War and Spider-Man topped most players’ and critics’ GOTY lists in 2018 – both PS4 exclusive games.

Jim Ryan also confirmed plans to invest further in its game development by expanding Sony Worldwide Studios. This would be either through organic growth or acquisitions.

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