It was announced yesterday that the critically acclaimed RPG game Pillars of Eternity will be made available for PlayStation4 and Xbox One on August 29th.


Pillars of Eternity was first released on PC and has won several awards for its rich story and deep original worlds. Now Paradox Interactive and Obsidian Entertainment are bringing this critically acclaimed game to consoles. Pillars of Eternity has been redesigned for consoles with controller friendly gameplay and UI. Also The White March parts I and II are included to make Pillars of Eternity: The Complete Edition. 


Here’s what’s included:

  • Award-winning writing, story and artwork of Pillars of Eternity, along with the expanded world and content of The White March: Parts I & II

● Countless character creation options, from races and classes to character backgrounds which drive your personal story

  •  An epic universe to explore, filled with intriguing party members and companions, a variety of in-game factions, and a lovingly rendered world to traverse
  • New UI and controls designed from the ground up, presenting the Pillars of Eternity experience like never before

“Paradox is renewing its commitment to fans everywhere, no matter where and how they play games,” said Johan Sjöberg, CPO of Paradox Interactive. “Experiences like the ones contained in Pillars of Eternity are the kind that define Paradox as a company: rich, replayable, and very personal. No two players will have the same journey through the story of Pillars. Everybody should have access to these iconic games, and that’s why we’re working with partners to share them with players on their platforms of choice.

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