Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous The Lord of Nothing DLC Launching November 21

The fifth premium DLC for Owlcat Games’ Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, The Lord of Nothing will launch on November 21.

Wrapping up the story of Through the Ashes, The Lord of Nothing will see the finale of Sendri and Rekarth’s story. Featuring more than five unique endings, the choices players make on their journey will influence the ending.

Along the way, players will be tasked with surviving frozen lands, uncovering the secrets of a mysterious wizard’s tower, helping Kellids in blooming caves, and even delving into the Shadow Plan. A new quest and dungeon will also be included.

15 new archetypes have been included in The Lord of Nothing, along with new spells and new feats. All are also available in the main campaign when creating a new character or retraining a current one.

Learn more with the teaser trailer below:

DLC Teaser Trailer The Lord of Nothing | Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous

All those interested can wishlist the DLC on the official Steam page. The Lord of Nothing DLC will also be available for the Epic Games Store and GOG. For those that have Season Pass 2, the DLC will automatically become available on its release day.

Source: Press Release
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