Developer Owlcat Games has revealed Lord of Nothing, the fifth DLC for Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous. It picks up right where the Through the Ashes DLC left off and is coming to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch and PC in November.
More specifically, Lord of Nothing will be released on November 21st on consoles and PC. This DLC takes players to brand new locations, introduces new characters, and tasks players with defeating new enemies. It continues the story of Sendri and Rekarth and also shows where we last saw them in the Through the Ashes DLC.
Check out the Lord of Nothing DLC trailer for Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous below:
“As more of the mystery behind Sendri’s behavior is revealed in the unforgiving lands of ice and darkness, more dangerous enemies and creatures will emerge from the evil that overtakes Golarion,” a press release said. “But not all hope is lost, as a new companion, strange new allies, and even the intervention of the Commander, the player’s avatar from the main storyline, will lead the adventurers to the truth and all that comes with it.”
Owlcat says Lord of Nothing introduces the group to Penta, a new android companion who can use his enhancement abilities to find a way forward. Penta will be important as players travel through the Frozen Realm to explore a mysterious Wizard’s Tower, the Shadow Plane, and more. Outside of the DLC story, Lord of Nothing brings with it 15 new archetypes, spells, talents, and more.
Here are some screenshots from Lord of Nothing:
For the uninitiated, Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous is an “isometric, story-driven role-playing game in which players take their own customized characters into the Worldwound to close the gap in the Abyss and restore peace to a devastated nation.” Trailer for Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous you can get an impression of it. The game features 25 classes, 12 player races, tons of magic and abilities, and more. Lord of Nothing is the fifth of six planned DLCs for Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous.
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