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Pillars of Eternity gets first gameplay trailer

10 Dec 2013  by   Peter Parrish
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Pillars of Eternity

Hooray, new screenshots too. I don’t have to reuse that waterfall one again.

As was somewhat predicted a few weeks back, Obsidian’s RPG Project Eternity has morphed into Pillars of Eternity for the launch of its backer page and the release of a first gameplay trailer. As somebody who gently tossed $25.00 USD in its direction back when the Kickstarter campaign was launched, I must say I’m pleased with how it’s looking.

As well as taking in the delights of the gameplay video below, you might want to have a look at our recent Q&A with Obsidian’s Adam Brennecke about the game (and football shirts.)

Pillars of Eternity will maybe, probably, hopefully be released in the winter of 2014.

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  1. sss

    looking good !

    December 10, 2013 at 11:43 pm
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    Namik
    +1

    Can’t wait. 2014 is going to be epic when it comes to PC RPGs (yes, I know some of them are hardly RPGs, and mostly just Hack and Slash games, but whatever):

    Wasteland 2, Pillars of Eternity, Torment: Tides of Numenera (althought it probably will be in 2015), Divinity: Original Sin, Witcher 3, Dragon Age: Inquisition (looking at the leaked footage there is a chance they learned their lesson), Dark Souls 2 (hopefully they learned how to not make PC ports…), Lords of the Fallen (Polish take on Demon/Dark Souls), Darkest Dungeon, Grim Dawn.

    And hopefully some more that I’ve forgot/not heard about/not announced yet.

    December 11, 2013 at 1:58 pm

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