Pillars of Eternity II with new features in its Beta

Pillars of Eternity II screenshot

Developers Obsidian Entertainment has a nice update for the video game Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire. The title already speaks for itself if you have followed this saga from the first releases you will know that what you are going to find is a high quality title and that it has very good reviews among those who have tried it. Now a new Beta has been opened with new features, among which a new turn-based mode stands out, but it is not a forced mode, but an option that you can choose or not ...

Maybe not everyone likes turn-based video games, I particularly do not like them, when I play for example a strategy video game that is in real time and not in turns, but that does not mean that it is the General rule, and I know that there are many users who look for titles in turn because they seem more attractive, in fact in LxA we have analyzed many of them. So if you were a fan of Pillars of Eternity and you also like shift mode, you are in luck.

Now this RPG It has shift mode and graphics and what you can see from the Beta looks pretty good. On YouTube you can find trailers and videos about this title, if you want to know more. In addition to the mode, some previous bugs have also been fixed and some visual effects have been updated, with possibly more improvements to come before the final release.

If you look the beta for Linux, unfortunately not available at the moment in GOG, the store only offers the version for Windows and they may not bother to port the Beta to Linux, but simply bring it in its final version. If you are interested, I encourage you to visit the most famous video game stores such as Valve, Steam  and also Humble Storey GOG .


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  1.   hchilde said

    In GOG there is the beta for linux. It is 4.1.0.0023.