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Avowed: Everything you need to know about the new Obsidian game

Avowed is a new fantasy RPG from developer Obsidian that was first officially revealed during Xbox showcase back in the summer of 2020. Set in the same universe as Pillars of Eternity, we’ve seen some glimpses of the setting in the initial announcement trailer, but have yet to see a substantial update about the project since. Coming from the same developer who brought us Fallout: New Vegas and The Outer Worlds, Obsidian falls under the Xbox Game Studios umbrella, so there’s every chance we may see avowed during E3 2022 – especially since we know we’re set to see an Xbox and Bethesda showcase among the E3 2022 schedule this June. Below, you’ll find everything we know so far about Avowed. 

What is Avowed?

Avowed

Job listings found in September of 2019 for Obsidian’s next AAA project talked about “combat actions utilising both first and third-person animations,” with “branching dialogue” and “day/night cycles”. This puts the game in league with Obsidian’s former RPGs such as The Outer Worlds and Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords. 

Avowed release date and platforms

Avowed

Avowed trailer – What can we learn?

The very first Avowed trailer showcased at the recent Xbox event introduces us to a varied medieval landscape, starting in a war-torn castle owned by an empire of queens and kings “that has always known war”. According to the narration, this empire has now fallen into a state of disrepair, losing its oaths and giving rise to an unseen antagonistic force.

The game’s villainous monsters (skeletons are confirmed!) were apparently born of the sins of this empire, and the player character will face them over the course of the game. The question left by the end of the trailer – “Is an oath worth the weight of a crown?” – suggests that the player’s destiny may be that of royalty, and they might have to confront and question their fate as they rebuild the fallen empire.

Avowed setting explained  

Avowed

Avowed rumours 

While details from Obsidian and Microsoft on Avowed have been scarce, there has been one interesting leak that gained some traction on ResetEra in late July. 

User Sponger posted a number of bold claims about Avowed that we’re going to sum up below. Just make sure you take this with a heavy pinch of salt, as without corroboration these claims are unsubstantiated. Good food for thought, regardless!

According to Sponger, the game will be fully open-world and “much larger than Skyrim.” The leaker says the game will be set in The Living Lands of Eora, and feature a real-time weather system, as well as mod support.

Players will apparently be able to have companions, fight “very large” bosses, and deal with gods while fighting against the “incoming threat of tyranny” which frames the narrative. The dialogue will also supposedly be dynamic, and the leaker claims Obsidian is planning to allow players the ability to “kill everyone in the game.“

Sponger claims that as of July 2020, the game has been in development for two years and seven months, with “around 100 people” working on it with scope to grow. The final claim is that the developers are targeting late 2022 – early 2023 as a potential release window for the game. Again, none of this should be taken at face value – we can’t confirm or deny these leaks, and Obsidian has not revealed enough about Avowed to corroborate any of these claims.



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Avowed: Everything you need to know about the new Obsidian game

Avowed is a new fantasy RPG from developer Obsidian that was first officially revealed during Xbox showcase back in the summer of 2020. Set in the same universe as Pillars of Eternity, we’ve seen some glimpses of the setting in the initial announcement trailer, but have yet to see a substantial update about the project since. Coming from the same developer who brought us Fallout: New Vegas and The Outer Worlds, Obsidian falls under the Xbox Game Studios umbrella, so there’s every chance we may see avowed during E3 2022 – especially since we know we’re set to see an Xbox and Bethesda showcase among the E3 2022 schedule this June. Below, you’ll find everything we know so far about Avowed. 
What is Avowed?

Job listings found in September of 2019 for Obsidian’s next AAA project talked about “combat actions utilising both first and third-person animations,” with “branching dialogue” and “day/night cycles”. This puts the game in league with Obsidian’s former RPGs such as The Outer Worlds and Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords. 
Avowed release date and platforms

Avowed trailer – What can we learn?
The very first Avowed trailer showcased at the recent Xbox event introduces us to a varied medieval landscape, starting in a war-torn castle owned by an empire of queens and kings “that has always known war”. According to the narration, this empire has now fallen into a state of disrepair, losing its oaths and giving rise to an unseen antagonistic force.
The game’s villainous monsters (skeletons are confirmed!) were apparently born of the sins of this empire, and the player character will face them over the course of the game. The question left by the end of the trailer – “Is an oath worth the weight of a crown?” – suggests that the player’s destiny may be that of royalty, and they might have to confront and question their fate as they rebuild the fallen empire.
Avowed setting explained  

Avowed rumours 
While details from Obsidian and Microsoft on Avowed have been scarce, there has been one interesting leak that gained some traction on ResetEra in late July. 
User Sponger posted a number of bold claims about Avowed that we’re going to sum up below. Just make sure you take this with a heavy pinch of salt, as without corroboration these claims are unsubstantiated. Good food for thought, regardless!
According to Sponger, the game will be fully open-world and “much larger than Skyrim.” The leaker says the game will be set in The Living Lands of Eora, and feature a real-time weather system, as well as mod support.
Players will apparently be able to have companions, fight “very large” bosses, and deal with gods while fighting against the “incoming threat of tyranny” which frames the narrative. The dialogue will also supposedly be dynamic, and the leaker claims Obsidian is planning to allow players the ability to “kill everyone in the game.“
Sponger claims that as of July 2020, the game has been in development for two years and seven months, with “around 100 people” working on it with scope to grow. The final claim is that the developers are targeting late 2022 – early 2023 as a potential release window for the game. Again, none of this should be taken at face value – we can’t confirm or deny these leaks, and Obsidian has not revealed enough about Avowed to corroborate any of these claims.

#Avowed #Obsidian #game

Avowed: Everything you need to know about the new Obsidian game

Avowed is a new fantasy RPG from developer Obsidian that was first officially revealed during Xbox showcase back in the summer of 2020. Set in the same universe as Pillars of Eternity, we’ve seen some glimpses of the setting in the initial announcement trailer, but have yet to see a substantial update about the project since. Coming from the same developer who brought us Fallout: New Vegas and The Outer Worlds, Obsidian falls under the Xbox Game Studios umbrella, so there’s every chance we may see avowed during E3 2022 – especially since we know we’re set to see an Xbox and Bethesda showcase among the E3 2022 schedule this June. Below, you’ll find everything we know so far about Avowed. 
What is Avowed?

Job listings found in September of 2019 for Obsidian’s next AAA project talked about “combat actions utilising both first and third-person animations,” with “branching dialogue” and “day/night cycles”. This puts the game in league with Obsidian’s former RPGs such as The Outer Worlds and Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords. 
Avowed release date and platforms

Avowed trailer – What can we learn?
The very first Avowed trailer showcased at the recent Xbox event introduces us to a varied medieval landscape, starting in a war-torn castle owned by an empire of queens and kings “that has always known war”. According to the narration, this empire has now fallen into a state of disrepair, losing its oaths and giving rise to an unseen antagonistic force.
The game’s villainous monsters (skeletons are confirmed!) were apparently born of the sins of this empire, and the player character will face them over the course of the game. The question left by the end of the trailer – “Is an oath worth the weight of a crown?” – suggests that the player’s destiny may be that of royalty, and they might have to confront and question their fate as they rebuild the fallen empire.
Avowed setting explained  

Avowed rumours 
While details from Obsidian and Microsoft on Avowed have been scarce, there has been one interesting leak that gained some traction on ResetEra in late July. 
User Sponger posted a number of bold claims about Avowed that we’re going to sum up below. Just make sure you take this with a heavy pinch of salt, as without corroboration these claims are unsubstantiated. Good food for thought, regardless!
According to Sponger, the game will be fully open-world and “much larger than Skyrim.” The leaker says the game will be set in The Living Lands of Eora, and feature a real-time weather system, as well as mod support.
Players will apparently be able to have companions, fight “very large” bosses, and deal with gods while fighting against the “incoming threat of tyranny” which frames the narrative. The dialogue will also supposedly be dynamic, and the leaker claims Obsidian is planning to allow players the ability to “kill everyone in the game.“
Sponger claims that as of July 2020, the game has been in development for two years and seven months, with “around 100 people” working on it with scope to grow. The final claim is that the developers are targeting late 2022 – early 2023 as a potential release window for the game. Again, none of this should be taken at face value – we can’t confirm or deny these leaks, and Obsidian has not revealed enough about Avowed to corroborate any of these claims.

#Avowed #Obsidian #game


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