Tyranny Release Date Announced, Pre-orders Open, Trailer

While it seems to have taken an eternity, to the point where I assumed the game would be delayed any moment now, Paradox and Obsidian have kept their word and just announced a 2016 release date for Tyranny. The CRPG where “evil won” will be released on November 10, in three different editions, and to celebrate the announcement there’s a new trailer to boot:

You can now pre-order the title on Steam, on GOG or directly from Paradox. The basic version of the game costs €41.99/$44.99/£34.99, a version with a few bonuses – such as a digital map and the game’s soundtrack – called the Archon Edition costs €54.99/$59.99/£44.99, while finally, those of you who are willing to share more cash will be able to also get an Artbook and a Collector’s Book (similar to the backer reward for Pillars of Eternity, I assume) for a whooping €73.99/$79.99/£60.99. A breakdown of the bonus content can be found at this link.

Finally, it’s worth noting, if nothing else then for the sake of completion, that the game will also include a couple of items as pre-order bonuses. I hope they won’t offer too much of a bonus, otherwise the balance of the game will be affected for a relatively small minority of players. Here’s the description for the items:

Fatebinder’s Seal

  • The seal of a Fatebinder is used to stamp documents with Tunon’s sigil. Though modest in appearance, the seal is a representation of Kyros’ legal approval. Merely holding it impresses upon the wielder a sense of authority.
  • Accessory
  • Grants +2 Resolve

Commander’s Will

  • These boots have been passed down the ranks of Northern soldiers who distinguish themselves as promising leaders.
  • Leather Boots
  • Trigger on Party Kill: Remove a hostile effect from each active party member
    (Only usable by Player)
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