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Pillars of Eternity II Fig Update #12: Berath's Blessing Unlocked, Final Two Weeks
Game News - posted by Infinitron on Tue 14 February 2017, 16:45:18Tags: Obsidian Entertainment; Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire
The Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire Fig campaign reached $2.6M of funding last night, unlocking the Berath's Blessing stretch goal. It also gained enough backers to add an additional leg to the Fulvano's Voyage "mega-island chain". With the campaign now in its final two weeks, Obsidian have published a Fig update to recap the events of the last week and hint at what it is to come:
Amazing! We've hit the $2.6 million and unlocked Berath's Blessing. As a reminder, Berath's Blessing is our version of New Game+ that features optional bonuses and challenges that unlock as you gain achievements. The next goal at $2.8 million adds a full orchestra soundtrack, an increased level cap, and one more sub-class per class. Thank you so much for the continued support. We still have a lot of announcements and amazing things to show off in the next two weeks, and in addition to the companion introductions, we will be unveiling the $3.0 million stretch goal in tomorrow's (Valentine's Day!) update too.
Fulvano's Voyage Continues to Dunnage, Facebook and Twitter Unlocks Added!
This weekend we hit 22,000 backers meaning that the next leg of Fulvano's Voyage is unveiled! The next leg will be reached at 23,500 backers. In addition we will be unlocking a new leg if we hit 15,000 likes on the Pillars of Eternity Facebook or 5000 followers on the Pillars of Eternity Twitter, whichever comes first! Spread the word of the Fig campaign and let's travel with Fulvano together! As of today (Feb 13th), Fulvano has made it almost half-way there and a new hidden isle is hinted at upon the horizon. What will Fulvano find next?
Upon discovering Dunnage, Fulvano wrote these notes in his journal before he continued his journey:
"When the Príncipi sen Patrena needed a waypoint, trading post,and hub of merriment in the desolate waters of Deadfire, the settlement of Dunnage was the only natural conclusion. The temporary, shoved-together structures are a mockery of urban planning. Dunnage is a refuge where thieves and backstabbers alike can put their feet up and trade coin, goods, and tall tales."
A "super special feature announcement", stretch goal and details on new companions on Valentine's Day, huh. Brace yourselves, boys.