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Pathfinder: Kingmaker DLC Detailed

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Deep Silver and Owlcat Games have detailed the three pieces of upcoming DLC content planned for Pathfinder: Kingmaker.

The first piece of DLC, set to come out on December 8, is called The Wildcards. Players will encounter the new playable character Tiefling Kineticist, which serves as the debut of her race and character class. This character will complete with her own storyline.

According to the head of Owlcat Games Oleg Shpilchevsky:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“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 \ 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.”[/testimonials]

The second piece of DLC is set to come out in February of next year. Varnhold’s Lot will have players meeting the mercenary captain Maegar Varn and will explore the challenges they faced. Depending on playstyle, this will take anywhere from six to twelve hours to complete.

The final piece of DLC, set to come out in April of next year, is called “Beneath The Stolen Lands.” This DLC will introduce a roguelike randomly generated endless dungeon, complete with a new unique boss.

Pathfinder: Kingmaker is now available for the PC. You can read our review of the base game here.

Source: Press Release
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