What's this, then? Another PATHFINDER video game? By Obsidian?


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  • What's this, then? Another PATHFINDER video game? By Obsidian?


    Is there another Pathfinder video game coming? We all know about Pathfinder Online from GoblinWorks (and I'll be talking to Ryan Dancey about that at Gen Con, amongst other things). But this looks like something different. The folks at the Know Direction podcast spotted it. Obsidian, as you likely know, is a large video game producer. [36 comments] [EDIT - apparently the source was a Facebook post from one of the Pathfinder Devs, which has now been taken down].