Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, a hefty big boy in the retro CRPG genre, has just hit version 1.1 after several minor patches since it was released in September. Highlights of this update include improved mounted combat in turn-based mode, better performance and graphics in multiple locations, fixes for being responsive to decisions “how some NPCs appear where they shouldn’t”, and better graphics for some NPCs . There are also changes to the crusade management, including an option to control armies from the throne room instead of having to leave town like a fool every time.
The update is a 14.2 GB download on Steam, and players on other platforms are reporting it’s even bigger for them, so there’s obviously quite a bit included. Upon taking a quick look at it, I noticed that units in my crusade look very different, which makes it easier to distinguish them at a glance, and there is a feather icon that marks scrolls in my inventory that contain spells, that I can learn what a blessing is. the full patch notes are a long read, but here are some of the amusing ones.
- Daeran liked to stand on your bed after sex. Now he is in a more comfortable position
- The Urtreant would sometimes say the lines of your companions, including those who are not in the group. That was creepy and has been fixed
- Candles no longer float in the air after Daeran’s bathroom disappears from the commandant’s bedroom
- Removed excess minotaurs in the Colyphyr mines
- Venture Captain Gristoff could freak out during the Battle for Fleshmarkets and kill demons essential to the conspiracy. Fixed, but not retroactive. If this problem has already occurred, you will need to load an earlier save
- Sometimes when Commander went to Greengates with Arueshalae during the Demon Heresy quest, the place was empty – fixed. We brought back all the demons
- Fixed: Glorious Beard Graphics
- Beer elemental portrait added
If you’ve waited until this patch to drop 100 hours or so for this old school RPG, here’s what you should know before playing Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous.
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