As part of a Pillars of Eternity: Definitive Edition release, coming on 15 November, the game will be getting a new ‘Deadfire Pack’ DLC. The Definitive Edition bundles the main game, both parts of The White March expansion, all ‘premium extras’ from launch, and the aforementioned pack.
If you already own Pillars of Eternity, then the Deadfire Pack will be available for free. Sounds like it’ll be adding a few new in-game items to discover, plus some character portraits inspired by the upcoming (2018) sequel, Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire.
The Definitive Edition will cost $40 USD, while the original game (without all the DLC) will be getting a price reduction to $30, and a name change (it’ll now be the Hero Edition, apparently). Here’s what you’ll get for that $40.
– The original Pillars of Eternity, a modern RPG with classic inspiration, and winner of multiple awards for its rich story, art, and world design
– The complete, expanded world, characters, and content from The White March: Parts I & II, which adds new places to travel and quests to complete
– All premium content originally sold with Pillars of Eternity: Royal Edition, including the original soundtrack, a digital collector’s book, an original novella set in the Pillars universe, and much, much more
– The all-new Deadfire Pack DLC, which includes new in-game items to earn and discover, and new portraits from the forthcoming sequel, Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire, releasing in 2018