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[PC] Steam - Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire: Obsidian Edition - $22.93 (was $69.50) - Fanatical


Great price for this version of this fun and enjoyable game.

From the website:

Set sail on a dangerous voyage to exotic lands in isometric RPG action with your Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire Obsidian Edition Steam PC key. In the sequel to the multi-award-winning RPG, Pillars of Eternity, you'll embark on a quest to find a rogue god over land and sea - with access to additional content including three DLC packs.

As the Watcher and captain of your own upgradable ship, you'll set a course and discover the vast Deadfire Archipelago with a brand-new new character customization system, meaningful companion relationships, freedom of exploration, and a world that reacts to the complex, moral choices you'll have to make.

As well as four sidekicks, you can select from seven unique new and returning companions to accompany you on your journey. Watch how they react to each other through the all-new companion relationship system – or create your own custom party members from scratch.
Create a truly custom alter ego with the reimagined multiclass system, now featuring three sub-classes with their own unique skills.

Travel through a living breathing world, creatively built on hand-painted backgrounds integrated seamlessly with 3D models, dynamic weather and lighting, and stunning visual effects.

Captain your crew and upgrade your ship wisely to repel boarders, survive canon fire, and keep a potentially mutinous crew in-line. Customize your boat stronghold to serve as a mobile base for exploring islands and for ship-to-ship encounters.
Claim new ships by stealing them from enemies or go down the more conventional route and purchase one.


  • Deep narrative and storytelling.
  • Exploration across a beautiful world.
  • Immersive dynamic weather conditions.
  • Pillars of Eternity character import availability.
  • Engaging isometric combat on land and by sea.
  • DLC Content Packs #1-3: Robust content expansions to the base game that will add new areas, new experiences, new items, and expand the world of Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire.
  • Official Soundtrack: The soundtrack to Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire by Justin Bell, featuring all-new tracks inspired by the peoples and factions of the Deadfire Archipelago.
  • Defiant Apparel: This stylish tricorn hat comes with a built-in eyepatch that protects the wearer from a variety of ocular incursions, as well as looking extremely piratical.
  • Cosmo, the Space Pig: It wouldn't be Pillars of Eternity without Cosmo! Cosmo accompanies your party, floating on cyan gossamer, inspiring you through a combination of unflappable courage and incredible cuteness.
  • Digital P&P Guide: Pillars of Eternity has a strong tradition of adapting and adopting pen-and-paper techniques in our systems and adventure designs. Our designers decided to take that knowledge and give something back to the tabletop community! This pen-and-paper adventuring system has been developed from the ground up by Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire lead designer Josh Sawyer and other members of the Deadfire design team. Connect with other Deadfire fans and create your own adventures!
  • Hi-Res Digital Map: This handsome sea chart is suitable for use as a desktop wallpaper or can be printed to assist you with navigating the treacherous waters of the Deadfire Archipelago.
  • Digital Guidebook, Vol. II: Created by our friends at Dark Horse Comics, this is the next volume in the comprehensive guide to the world of Pillars of Eternity, filled with the legends, lore, and lost locations of the Deadfire Archipelago. Useful as an adventuring companion, or just to browse and learn more about the intricacies of this deep and enigmatic corner of Eora, the digital guidebook features beautiful illustrations and plenty of fascinating background.


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  • Legend. Finished the first one a few weeks ago, and was waiting for a deal.

  • One of the best rpg ever. A shame it didn’t sell well for obsidian when it came out

    • depends how you define 'well'. A lot of stuff they make is PC centric, and sales expectations have to be adjusted accordingly.

      These games can be played on the console, but the interface just works better on PC.

      • Didn’t sell well as in a lot lower than what obsidian and their investors had forecasted. It’s public knowledge. People bought some kind of shares of this game via a platform similar to Kickstarter (can’t remember the name) and it was supposed to pay dividends but it was a big flop.

        • the platform is Fig most likely.

          They don't ever have to worry about finances or sales anymore. Daddy Microsoft has them covered.