Check Out the Pathfinder: Kingmaker DLC & Season Pass Plans
Pathfinder: Kingmaker developer Owlcat Games has released the first information about the Season Pass and DLC packages that will be coming to the game. The Season Pass and the first DLC, The Wildcards, will be on sale starting December 6th. Each DLC chapter sells for $7.99 on its own or can come as part of a trio of DLC in the Season Pass for $24.99.
DLC #1 – “The Wildcards” December 6, 2018
Encounter the Tiefling Kineticist, a new playable character serving as the debut of her race and character class, complete with her own rich and engaging storyline.
Head of Owlcat Games Oleg Shpilchevsky explains, “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.”
DLC #2 – “Varnhold's Lot” February 2019
Brave the challenges of a new bonus campaign. While celebrating victory at Jamandi Aldori's mansion, adventurers meet another hero of the Stolen Lands: the mercenary captain Maegar Varn. While building a barony in the Shrike Hills and Narlmarshes, Varn and his people are establishing the nation of Varnhold in the rocky foothills of Dunsward.
This new story explores the challenges faced by Varn’s party in its venture, and the consequences of choices made can be exported and implemented into Pathfinder: Kingmaker’s main campaign. This exciting new side story equals the size of one chapter of the game’s central campaign and will take 6-12 hours to complete, depending on preferred playstyle.
DLC #3 – “Beneath The Stolen Lands” April 2019
For the days where jumping into an unpredictable gauntlet of combat sounds more enticing than discovering the Stolen Lands’ rich lore, this DLC will introduce a rogue-like randomly generated endless dungeon, complete with a new unique boss. The dungeon offers two options. It can be explored in a separate game or experienced within an adventurer’s main campaign