Owlcat Games revealed that they are still actively working on content for Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous even though they have their hands full with the upcoming W40K title.
Owlcat Games proved to be extremely productive and kept pushing boundaries of productivity by releasing two massive games with roughly two years of development time for each.
Both Pathfinder: Kingmaker and Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous ended up being major successes, which undoubtedly helped with Games Workshop handing over the license for Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader.
Even though Owlcat are developing the aforementioned W40K title, they are still working on new content for Pathfinder: WotR.
In the recently announced Season Pass 2, the players will be able to enjoy additional three pieces of paid DLC, none of which have official names yet.
The first one will see an addition of Old Sarkoris, a new area as well as the new class, shifter, and a new companion of the same class who is implied to be romanceable.
Coming up after that one, DLC #5 will continue the story of Through the Ashes DLC which shows what happened in the midst of chaos in Kenabres following the demon attack, from the perspective of characters that are not the Commander. The hero from the aforementioned DLC can be imported and finishing DLC #5 will unlock a new dungeon for the main campaign.
DLC #6 will let the Commander return to Kenabres after kicking off the crusade, giving them an opportunity to celebrate a new festival that may hold hidden dangers.
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