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Pillars of Eternity is an isometric, party-based computer RPG set in a new fantasy world developed by Obsidian Entertainment.
Pillars of Eternity is an isometric, party-based computer RPG set in a new fantasy world developed by Obsidian Entertainment.
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Now Available - The White March Part II and Patch 3.0!

Posted by Obsidian Entertainment (Creator)
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Update by Brandon Adler, Lead Producer

Hey, everyone. Big news today! The second part to the Pillars of Eternity expansion, The White March - Part II, is now available. You can pick up Part II for $14.99 or the Expansion Pass (which contains Part I and Part II) for $24.99 on Steam, GOG, or Origin. The White March - Part II brings an epic conclusion to the Watcher's story in the White March.

If you need to get more hyped up, check out the awesome release video below.

What's New?

In addition to bringing closure to The White March storyline, The White March - Part II introduces many new areas, spells, abilities, and soulbound items. You can see some of these spells and abilities in action by watching the video below.

The 3.0 Update is also now live. 3.0 introduces many new features that everyone (whether they have the expansion or not) can enjoy. If you would like to learn more about these features, just watch our Update 3.0 New Features video by heading over here. You can also look at the update's current change list by visiting Obsidian's Community Blog.

Another important addition in The White March - Part II is our new barbarian companion, Maneha. Maneha meets the player in the village of Stalwart, where she's searching for clues about the Abbey of the Fallen Moon, a mysterious, ancient temple to Ondra. She's been a mercenary, a pirate, a pilgrim, and a treasure-hunter, but most recently, she's become a Giftbearer, a member of an Ondrite order dedicated to helping the faithful forget the secrets that haunt them.

If you would like to learn more about Maneha, take a look at her preview video here.

Redeeming the Expansion

For those of you that may not have redeemed your expansion key, please read through this thread on the Obsidian forums. It will give you full details on how you can redeem all of your rewards, including the expansion.

The key that you will be given is for an Expansion Pass that will unlock both parts of the expansion.

Kickin' it Forward: Mind's Eye Theatre: Werewolf The Apocalypse

We're big fans of the World of Darkness, particularly the classic Vampire: The Masquerade & Werewolf: The Apocalypse settings! (Remember that epic Vampire vs Werewolf boss battle in the Vampire Bloodlines cRPG!?). Our friends at By Night Studios are putting out a new edition of the Mind's Eye Theatre: Werewolf The Apocalypse live action role-playing game, so that fans who want to be able to have vampires & werewolves fully battle it out like never before, now finally can! They've recently hit their funding goal, but have some really cool stretch goals; including never before released Werewolf tribe pins and battle Klaives! So break out your claws, fangs and check it out!

That's it for now. Now get into the White March!

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    1. Missing avatar

      Karl Malm on

      Thank you, I've enjoyed all of your works greatly.

    2. Jack Hepburn Raine on

      I'm sure it was stated somewhere there is definitely no more DLC expansions for POE maybe some patches but that's it, rumours are the sequel is already in the works.

    3. Hobbes on

      Great game and great expansion. If you do a kickstarter for PoE 2 count me in!

    4. madGamer on

      @dawn, and alcaray obsidian said sometime ago that they would do just one expansion and the next game would be pillars 2. but i think that could be a new vampire masquerade :P

    5. alcaray on

      @Dawn_

      I have no connection to Obsidian other than having played a number of their games, but I think I can give you the answer:

      If the DLC is well-received and profitable then there will be more of them. Else, maybe not.

    6. Dawn_
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      on

      Well peps..i don't think Obsidian reads our comments..anymore..
      So i guess we'll never have info about this being the last expansion or not.

    7. veritanuda on

      Man this world is just getting bigger and bigger. I am already lost in the mythos and looking forward to exploring new realms and new scenarios. Cool!

    8. Jeremie Lariviere
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      on

      very cool!

    9. Diego on

      The original game was boring. I can't expect any less from its expansions.

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      Kaeroku on

      Would like to add my voice to the list requesting info on future expansion plans. Just looking to know at what point additions to this game will be done with so I can play through. Thanks!

    11. frederic tarabout on

      Thanks for making an awesome game!

    12. Dawn_
      Superbacker
      on

      @Daryl Putman & Arsonor

      The thing is when you play the game once and finish it's hard to come back to play the DLCs, motivation is halved. So, i always wait for all of them to be out..(still waiting to play Witcher 3 for exemple lol).

      But it's been a year that the game is out and like everyone i'd like to play it ;)

    13. Arsonor
      Superbacker
      on

      You guys aren't alone. :)

    14. Daryl Putman on

      Glad I'm not the only one, @Dawn_!

    15. Dawn_
      Superbacker
      on

      Is this the last DLC we'll have because i am waiting all DLCs to be out to play the game...?

    16. Jack Hepburn Raine on

      Any news on the Novello?

    17. alcaray on

      Oh man. I saw the Bloodlines art and my heart soared at the thought there might be a new crpg. I am so depressed, now.

    18. Daryl Putman on

      Is this about the last of it for the current PoE game? I want to start, but I don't want to start until it's complete. I don't have time anymore (sadly) to play multiple times.