ESO Morrowind Celebration

ESO Morrowind Celebration

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Finally, my long awaited Morrowind Celebration event has started in ESO! But, first things first. What even is Morrowind?

The Elder Scrolls Online map with marked Vvardenfell
The Elder Scrolls Online Vvardenfell map

In Tamriel, the Elder Scrolls Online playable continent, Morrowind is Dark Elves’ land. It consists mostly of 2 parts: big volcano island, Vvardenfell, and its surrounding part of Tamriel’s mainland. If you want to learn more about Morrowind’s geography, history and culture you can check this link. Unfortunately, only small bits or Morrowind were open to play in base game ESO, bu twith the first big The Elder Scrolls Online expansion (“chapter”) named after the whole land, Morrowind, Vvardenfell was added to the game. This is the expansion that you can buy with a discount during the Celebration event.

The Chapter

I can admit without any shame that Vvardenfell is, as for now, my most favourite zone in the Elder Scrolls Online. It’s not your standard MMO zone (which are usually a happy green forest, a dark scary forest, a winter zone, a desert zone and a steppe/grassland zone). As I mentioned before, it’s a volcano island, so it comes with all such land’s blessings and curses. On one hand it’s rocky so you don’t have lush green areas, no forests and such, instead you have volcanic ashes and lava streams, but on the other hand, when there is soil it’s quite fertile. In such an environment only specific organisms could thrive and so while you do have standard grass and trees in Vvardenfell the whole zone is filled with a plethora of various kinds of small to GIANT mushrooms and fungi.

The Elder Scrolls Online: To Morrowind!

One of the things I love ESO for is how it thoroughly it shows you all the Tamriel’s playable races’ cultures. Before ESO my only Elder Scrolls game was Skyrim, which, shamefully, I’ve never finished. Of course, Skyrim that takes place Nord’s lands shows mostly Nordic culture, but since I’ve always loved elves in general, I’ve always chosen them rather than Skyrim human or beast races. Then, several years later, I tried ESO and of course I was torn between High and Wood Elves but since I also usually go for a mage class I picked High Elves race for my character and… I didn’t like it. And there was the same result every time I started from a scratch. After these fails I tried a Dark Elf and loved the race so much I play with the character I created back then until now and I can’t even imagine playing any other race, actually. But I still didn’t now much about Dunmer’s culture until I started ESO’s Morrowind chapter.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Telvanni town

And after I only started questing in Vvardenfell I instantly fell in love with the zone and with Dunmer race even more. I absolutely loved learning so much about my character’s people’s culture, how complicated their society is and how interesting are their beliefs. Also she met and helped an actual god!

Of course there is also the major zone storyline with everyone’s beloved Dunmer assassin, Naryu Virian, who also gives her face to any ad associated with the Morrowind expansion (including, of course the great Morrowind cinematic trailer, which you can watch below). As for me – personally I didn’t hate this storyline but I have to admit I was more interested with everything else going on on the island.

And there is a lot going on besides Naryu Virian and Morag Tong in Vvardenfell. As you could see in the trailer the Dwemer (dwarves) and their machines are involved in some of those things, there is a lot of quests big and small, long and short and a lot of exploring to do, too. There is also a new class that was released (and bound) with Morrowind, that utilizes nature magic and combat pets. I’d love to try out this class, called Warden, as it looks extremely fun, but unfortunately, currently with my full time job I only have time to play one character and I love my Dunmer Sorcerer (although with the coming Necromancer class I do plan to create another character I’d actually play with, but a lot can change in my life until the class is released in June along with Elsweyr).

The Elder Scrolls Online: Vvardenfell

Also, since I’m talking about Morrowind AND about questing there I wouldn’t forgive myself if I didn’t use this opportunity to mention the questline that was one of my favourites in the entire game so far (but I still haven’t finished Summerset… YET). When I first started this questline, during its begining part it was awesome and kind of scary but super interesting still, then it started to get more and more crazy with every step, and after a while it actually made me cry of laughter really hard, especially after one of the NPCs (who wasn’t involved directly in the whole thing) pointed out that there might be something wrong with my sanity after he learned what I was doing. I don’t want to spoil too much for you but enjoy your Melodic Mistake quest and say hello to this Cinnamon Bun from me, when you meet him 😀 → 

The event

Now that you roughly know what is Morrowind, let’s talk about the event. The Morrowind Celebration event lasts for 11 days (the current one has started February 7th and ends February 18th). During this time Morrowind DLC, as well as the Morrowind Collector’s Pack Bundle, are discounted in-game and outside of it. Additionaly, while the event lasts, there are also various items available in the in-game Crown Store that are connected to Dunmer culture (outfits, motifs, furnitures, even houses!). I actually love most of the Dunmer housing items and motifs so it’s a hard time for my wallet 🙁

The Elder Scrolls Online: Tel Galen house (that is actually a Telvanni tower) available to buy for 8000+ Crowns


Store sales are great, but if you already have (or just got now!) Morrowind, there is way more for you to get from the event. First of all, there are several daily zone quests in Morrowind and while normally you receive a box with rewards for completing each of them, now you will get 2 boxes for each. Secondly, for each killed boss in the zone, you’ll get double rewards. This includes Delve bosses, Public Dungeon bosses, regular (queueble) dungeon bosses and even Trial (raid) bosses. The first completed World Boss and Delve daily quest in Morrowind each day will reward you with one Event Ticket that you can turn in at Event Impresario NPC (located in Glenumbra, Stonefalls and Auridon) for Indrik Feathers (you’ll need 4 of them, one of each kind, to be able to summon a beatiful Indrik mount), and Indrik Evolution Berries (again, you’ll need 4 different Berries to evolve your already beatiful Indrik into one of the 4 versions). But hey, that’s not all! If you are into crafting and collect materials, from every crafting node in the zone you will also get double amounts of them druing the event!

Daily quests

There are 4 daily quests in Vvardenfell that will give you the Event Tickets I mentioned above, but also other awesome rewards. Unfortunately the dailies are not available straight after you come to Vvardenfell for the first time but it’s fairly easy to unlock them.

  • Morag Tong (Vivec City – Hall of Justice): to unlock these dailies you’ll have to first complete the first story quest for the zone, named Divine Conundrum. After that in Vivec City you’ll find a Wanted poster that, after reading, will send you to Hall of Justice where after talking to an NPC 2 dailies will unlock for you: one will be for a World Boss that you will most probably need other players to help you kill it and the other quest will be for a soloable Delve.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Vivec City location
The Elder Scrolls Online: Hall of Justice location
  • Ashlanders (Ald’ruhn, near Ald’ruhn Wayshrine): these dailies you unlock by completing the quest called Ancestral Ties. To start it go to Ald’ruhn Camp and talk to the NPC named Drelyth Hleran. After you complete the quest go to Urshilaku Camp (near Urshilaku Camp Wayshrine, surprisingly) and talk to Udami. He’ll send you back to Ald’ruhn where, after handing in Udami’s quest, you’ll be able to get Ashlanders’ dailies: one of the quests will send you to gather relics that drop from humanoid mobs nearby one of the shrines that are scattered all around Vvardenfell, and the other one will want you to kill a mini World Boss (this one is soloable).
The Elder Scrolls Online: Ald`ruhn location
The Elder Scrolls Online: Urshilaku location

Each box you receive from these quests has a chance to contain a motif page of the specific faction (Morag Tong or Ashlander), depending on which quest the box was a reward for. For learning all the motif pages in each style you unlock achievements.

Free ESO Plus week!

If you didn’t think it was enough celebration yet, with each DLC celebration comes also a free ESO Plus week. What is ESO Plus? It’s a subscription plan for The Elder Scrolls Online. Each month it brings you some Crowns (paid currency) that you can spend in ESO in-game Crown Store, for example on special ESO Plus deals. Additionally as a subscriber sometimes you can get FREE ITEMS from the Crown Store, like deadric princes or The Tribunal statues for your in-game house or it’s even some amazing premium outfits!

In addition to all the Store fun, ESO Plus also unlocks you ALL. ESO’S. DLCs. It means that as long as your ESO Plus is active, you can play any DLC without buying it. Note that Expansions like Morrowind, Summerset and, in the future, Elsweyr, when they are released, they are counted as Chapters rather than DLCs and these you do have to buy in order to be able to play them. Usually though, with a release of a new Chapter, the previous one automatically goes in ESO Plus offer along with other DLCs, so at the moment, with Summerset released, Morrowind is unlocked for all ESO Plus subscribers.

Not enough still? How about a separate botomless bag for all your crafting mats? Or an ability to dye your costumes? Or EVEN MORE? And now the event going on you can still try out the whole ESO Plus glory for free for several days. I personally couldn’t go back to not having the craft bag after one of the past ESO Plus trials 🙂

As you can see there is a lot to celebrate when it comes to Morrowind. I’m really happy that my favourite zone is celebrated and appreciated. The story writers, the artists, the devs, the voice actors, they all do deserve it for their awesome work. If anyone responsible for my joy, delight, laugh, tears and so many hours spent in Vvardenfell and any other place in Tamriel ever reads it: A big THANK YOU, from me to you.

ESO Plus Free Trial – February 2019

This Thursday (February 7) at 10:00AM EST The Free ESO Plus Event begins. During the event, everyone can try out the Elder Scrolls Online subscription (called ESO Plus) perks for free! You don’t have to apply any payment option and when it runs out it just finishes, no payment is required then either. It’s a perfect opportunity to try the ESO Plus out and I admit one of such past events made me subscribe to the game (being a hoarder I can’t live without ESO Plus craft bag anymore). The event ends February 12 at 10:00AM EST

Bless taming feature & Founder’s Packs trailer

Bless taming feature & Founder’s Packs trailer

Bless Early Access and Advanced Access are almost here and as many players are eagerly waiting for the launch – the game’s devs gave us some small updates and reminders of what we will see in the game.

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The first official news update we got this week was a blog post about taming feature. The official post isn’t very informative in my opinion but I guess since the launch is very close – everyone will learn the details “in action”. Even so – I think that if we actually got an update about this matter then it should contain all the important details about it, not just general informations.

Anyway, in Bless we will be able to tame most of the creatures in all the zones. The taming feature will give us a chance to turn those creatures either into mounts or into pets (which will not only be cosmetic companions but also, while summoned, they will provide specific buffs to your character, for example increased speed of health/stamina/mana regeneration). To tame a creature the player will need a taming scroll available to buy from the game’s store for in-game currency.

Below you can watch a short official video showing you some of the mounts you can get by taming Bless creatures. I must admit – they look pretty cool.

Taming will be a skill that can be leveled and the higher its level is – the more pets/mounts you can have tamed. Additionally the tamed pets will also level while summoned and the higher their level is – the better stats they will provide.

It’s a very interesting game mechanics that reminds me of one of my favourite features in Riders of Icarus – you can tame your mounts and pets there too, and the pets also give you some nice passives. Just another thing that makes me want for tomorrow (when the game launches with Advanced Access) to come sooner.

If you decide to get a Collector’s Edition Bless Founder’s Pack besides all the rest of bonuses and perks you will also get:

  • Exclusive Costume Skin (Frozen Glacialis costume): Show others that you are “The Founder” by wearing the Frozen Glacialis costume! Only available in the Founder’s Pack – Collector’s Edition!
  • Exclusive Weapon Skin (The Glacialis Weapon skin): The Glacialis Weapon skin, an elegant design inspired by ice, will make you stand out in the Bless World! Only available in the Founder’s Pack – Collector’s Edition!
  • Exclusive Mount Skin (Frosty White Regulus): Adventure the vast Bless world with Frosty White Regulus, an exclusive Founder’s Pack product!
  • Exclusive Pet Skin (Frosty Wind Ningo): Level-up with the reliable Frosty Wind Ningo, an exclusive Founder’s Pack product!
  • Twinkling Wing Effect: It is a gift given only to the “Founder”.When used, the “twinkling wing effect” will be activated for 5 seconds.

As these are visual bonuses and words can almost never describe the looks of things to make everyone imagine them as they really are – the developer gave us a preview video of all the exclusive skins and mount/pet/wings effect, to help you decide if you like them or not:

In my opinion the skins are really cool, the mount is an awesome beast, and as a paleontologist I totally love the pet… but I think the video would be much better if they hired a camera operator with less shaky hands 😉

Tomorrow the Founder’s Packs will become available to buy and once you have one of them (and after downloading the game, of course) you will be able to start playing immediately, according to Neowiz, the developer. If you don’t decide to buy any of the Founder’s Packs you will still be able to buy the base game on Wednesday, May 30 and join the Bless players community. In fact – you can join the community even now, on official Bless Discord channel. I really recommend you to join the channel if you’re interested in Bless, because it’s the easiest way to get answers to your game-related questions, you can contact the devs there and even get some exclusive Discord-only news about the game. I’m also pretty sure in the future there will be some events or maybe even giveaways running only available for Bless Discord channel members, who knows!

So, see you there!… or in game 🙂

Bless Q&A and an open letter to the Community

Bless Q&A and an open letter to the Community

How is it possible it’s Sunday already? Where did the rest of the week go?

Hey everyone, it’s been a pretty nice week for me, what about you?

I still can’t really find my place after I finished playing Mass Effect Andromeda (and watching Gotham) but the developers never sleep… or do they? Not long ago we got announcements of Bless Emissaries, the game prices and… existence of a subscription in the game. This week Neowiz has shown again that they not only monitor the community’s reactions for the announcements but they also listen to the players’ voice.

During the passing week Bless developer posted two important updates on the internet. The first one was a “Q&A” post that addressed many game-related questions and issues that last updates and press conference brought.

Bless Online environment art from Official Bless Wiki.

The Questions and answers that I personally found the most interesting are below.

Q: How does pricing work in different countries with different currencies?

A: Prices for different countries and currencies are set individually, and won’t necessarily be equivalent to the USD price.

This information is very interesting and I’m really curious how exactly they will execute it. Europe usually either has to struggle with US game prices in dollars or the price is not even converted to Euros, just the currecy mark is changed at the end of the price, so instead 40USD we have to pay 40EUR. According to Google 40EUR = 47 USD. Fair? Not really. An additional thing here is economy. 40 Euro can be an ok price on the Western or Northern Europe, but in Central and Eastern Europe the situation looks completely different. Everything is much cheaper here than on the West or North but we also earn much less than those regions. And so when we get a western price it usually is expensive for us. More or less, of course, depending on individual earnings, but you get the idea. It’s very rare for developers to actually consider the economy of contries different than USA, so I really would like to see how the Bless pricing will work. I’m so very disappointed with some developers that I will be happy even if just the Euro price will be adjusted, but we’ll soon see what the dev will do with the prices.

Q: Is the premium membership subscription based? What are the benefits?

A: (…) premium membership can be seen as an option for those who want a more convenient gameplay experience. As we are aware of your concerns regarding P2W, there will be no items that can directly enhance characters or items.

Below is the list of subscription benefits:

  • pet and mount skins (active only during the sub)
  • reduced equipment repair cost
  • reduced “portal” usage cost
  • unlimited gathering tool (the regular ones wears off)
  • unlimited gathering bag (the regular ones wears off)
  • 20% more monsters hunting experience points + 20% hunting gold bonus
  • 20% more dungeon points
  • 5 more market registration slots
  • reduced market tax rate
  • increased max daily activity (dungeon, combat) point exchange into Lumena by 20%

I’m not exactly sure if it’s not P2W at all (we still don’t know much about the cash shop items, but Neowiz keeps saying it will be nothing that would make the game p2w) but I guess it’s acceptable. I mean, they never said anything about the subscription in the game so I’m disappointed with its existence at all but if it does have to exist it should be still attractive enough for people to buy it and not game breaking or frustrating for others who won’t buy it. I wish the dev removed the gold bonuses though. Or the daily activities points bonuses. Either of them. Unfortunately, because the sub was never mentioned before the prices announcement – I feel like we should be more suspicious about announcements from Neowiz now – because they didn’t say there won’t be a sub either, so they didn’t lie, just hid it. So now I expect hidden things and paid options everywhere. For example: “The character limit is 5. But we won’t tell you only 2 slots are free“.

Q: So about that Collector’s Edition… Tell us more about things such as the credits title and gift copy.

A: This feature allows for the purchaser’s name to appear in Neowiz’s Bless Online credits list [in the game lobby screen] under the section titled “The Founder.” 

This is actually a nice feature. Not enough to make me buy the most expensive founder pack but for those who do buy it, I think it’s pretty cool to be in the credits section of the game. Initially I thought the title would be one of those you can see under (or next to) the character’s name in game, so it’s nice they explained it and it isn’t the case.

Q: What is premium customer service? Does that mean that you won’t be assisting normal players?

A: Premium customer service was a feature designed for purchasers of the collector’s edition to receive exceptional support. However, as a direct response to user feedback, the Bless Team has decided to remove this feature and provide service to all our users equally regardless of the pack or game that they purchased.

Premium customer service has been removed from the list of benefits.

This is one of the cases which made me say Neowiz listens to the player/fanbase. And it’s the proof we should speak when we don’t like things and when we have a different opinion than the developer. It’s also good to know that our opinion is actually important, not every developer cares, even though it’s the players who make the game business work.

Q: The price of the Collector’s Edition though…

A: (…) we have received user feedback that the Collector’s Edition is overly expensive. As a result, the Bless Team has decided to adjust the price from $199.99 to $149.99 so that the pack is more accessible for all.

The Founder’s Pack – Collector’s Edition will be sold at $149.99 instead of $199.99. (We will adjust previous price announcements to state the new price of $149.99)

This is another important update and another case of the players shaping the game since the very beginning. As I said in my previous Bless updates post they had time to change their pricing decision and they did. I’m half proud of Newiz for doing it and half of myself for believing in them. But still, for some reason something made them think such a price was a good idea. I hope in the future they will think twice before making such announcements.

Q: Will there be Player to Player trading?

A: No there will not. Aside from the in-game auction house, there is no feature that allows player-to-player trading as we do not want a black market.

Now that’s sad. What if we want a black market? This is a joke of course but Player to Player trading is something really useful at times. The game gives bonuses for playing in a party. What if one of the party members is your friend and really needs an item you have? Nothing, because you will not be able to pass them that item to your friend. We’ll see how it will work in game though. As long as the marketplace is free to use there will be probably a way to use it to give items to friends.

Q: Is there playable content accessible by purchasing additional DLC? (…)

A: We do not expect purchasers to buy DLC as we have no plans to sell updated content as DLC. For example, content updates that will include the assassin and mystic will be able to be fully enjoyed just with the purchase of the base game.

As I said before – I can’t fully trust their words if there is still space for “buts” and “what ifs”. So what I’m thinking now is – great, no purchasable DLC – everything will come for free if you have the base game. Except the expansion packs. As long as the new content is named “DLC” it’s free. But what if they release it under “Expansion Pack” or any other pack? Not mentioning such an event is not really fair, everything should be clear and transparent since the start, to establish trust between the community and the developer.

Bless Online environment art from Official Bless Wiki.

Speaking of community – another interesting update that we got from Bless this week was a Reddit open letter to the community. It was addressing some of community-related questions and issues rahter than the game itself like the dev post on Steam did.

Penta the Panther from the Bless Team talked in the letter mostly about the reasons and ways to choose the Bless Emissaries for the first wave, as well as about the healthy community that Bless moderators are aiming for. He also mentioned that this letter is just the first one and suggested that the next ones will be published with answers and explanations when there will be some controversies among the community.

A bit more than a week is left for the Bless Early Access head start and 10 days for the actual Early Access. I’m super excited and can’t wait to play this game. I’ve been waiting for the launch for over a year and it’s almost here! But, I still haven’t decided which faction to choose nor which race to play. Ah, decisions! At least I know which class I will pick… except it won’t be available with the Early Access launch… Have to give it some more thinking throughout the week.

Have a nice Sunday everyone, tomorrow ESO Summerset launches so have fun (I sure will!)

Bless Dev Talk #03, ESO Event Extended & more

Bless Dev Talk #03, ESO Event Extended & more

During this passing week we got several interesting game news. 4 of them were particularly interesting for me, since they concern the games I either play or intend to play when they are released. And what is even better – they are all good news!

Bless Dev Talk #03

Bless Dev team is working hard on making everything ready for the Steam release of the game, but still every once in while they manage to find some time to give us updates on what they are working at and what we can expect from the game. This time, in their third Dev Talk, they focused on some of the biggest changes comparing to the Asian releases of Bless Online. An interesting fact to note is that the news were first “leaked” on official Bless Discord to celebrate over 10.000 members of the channel.

In this blog developers explain the main changes to combat system, mentioning the “Rhythmic Combat” which seems a really interesting approach to the combat system. There are no videos of what the reworked combat will look like but from the comments around the internet it seems that people compare it mostly to Guild Wars 2 combat mechanics, that strongly depends on a set of weapons you have equipped with that difference that in Bless it would depend on the Stance and Core Skill you’d choose. Of course everything here is just a speculation because no one got to test it in action yet.

Another thing that is mentioned in the update we got from Neowiz is that there will be party buffs that the party leader will be able to choose both for combat and for non-combat activities. I understand that it’s to encourage players to group into parties as they are intended to in an MMO and it’s really cool but on the other hand people who prefer to play alone for whatever reason will suffer from it. I’m not sure how I personally feel about this feature but I do think it’s an interesting idea and since the game is still not released we all have to wait with the final opinions for until we can actually try the game out.

The thing that is especially interesting in this dev blog is monetization system. On every possible occasion the dev mentions how they don’t want Steam Bless to be P2W. I do think it’s really good but what I’m worried is that with time (assuming the game will survive and keep on going) Neowiz will forget about this strategy. Or will simply change it. It happens and I don’t want to point finger at anyone but sometimes promises of “never” and “always” just change into “we had to take a decision”. Anyway, for now we are told that Neowiz tries to do everything to avoid P2W. Their monetization plan for Bless is to introduce tokens you get just for playing the game that will buy you usable items from the store and it’s said to be also exchangeable to the paid currency – Lumena. The Lumena, on the other hand, will only buy you cosmetic and so-called “fluff” items and you can’t get the usable items nor the tokens for it. In other words you will be able to get, for example, a health potion for tokens, and a pretty dress for Lumena. If you don’t have real life money you will still be able to buy the dress if you play the game a lot but you won’t buy the potion if you only spend real money on the game. It seems fair for me and this is a monetization plan I’d like to see in any MMO.

The last big thing mentioned in the Bless Dev Talk #03 is the new introductory area meant to be a place to practice basic skills. It will be skippable but the players will always be able to come back there. Additionally, there will be new Guide Quests that will, as the name suggests, guide you through some aspects of the game that the other tutorials won’t cover.

Overall, there will be quite a lot of new and changed features that all the Blessers wait for. What surprises me is that many players already complain on things, even though neither of these features is live yet. I understand all the voices disappointed on the amount of news though. The game is supposed to be released next month (#hype!) but we still have only scraps of the informations. Interesting informations, yes, but still, there should be more – gameplay videos of the reworked, Steam version of the game, screenshots, and, what is the most important, PRICE of the game, the Early Access packs, as well as the first Emissary program members announced. Or at least the invitations sent. I hope the game will be ready for its release. At worst – I’d much prefer a postponed Early Access than an unfinished game released and I think many players would share this opinion.


Elder Scrolls Online Anniversary event extended

This week there was a lot of unexpected downtime in ESO. It’s always unpleasant in an MMO and companies (as long as they treat their players seriously) always try to make it up for everyone somehow. This time such a thing happened to ESO during an Anniversary Event, in which you can get double XP and additional rewards for every completed daily. Fortunately, to make it up to those who wanted to participate and do as much as possible during the event – Bethesda decided to extend the event duration to April 23, which makes me really happy because I don’t always have a lot of time to play, so the downtime really affected me.

But that’s not the end of good news from ESO! As you may know, soon (June 21) the newest ESO expansion, Summerset, will be launched and on Monday, April 16, you can start testing it on Public Test Server! No invitation is required, so everyone is free to do that, just remember not to spoil the fun for everyone else. All the details and instructions are described on official ESO website, so be sure to read everything – no tl;dr allowed!

Skyrim Special Edition free weekend

Did you know you could try out Skyrim Special Edition for free this weekend? No? Well, there is still several hours left to download the game if you don’t have it downloaded yet and give it a try.

What’s the difference between regular Skyrim and Skyrim SE? SE is a remastered version of the game. It has improved art and effects, lighting, dynamic depth of field, reflections, pretty much everything that would make this game look gorgeous AND it still is mod friendly, even on consoles (of course since it’s a newer version of the game – less mods is available for SE, but more and more modders check/add SE compatibility to their creations so don’t worry about not having available mods you’d like to use).


Pillars of Eternity Scavenger Hunt

If you loved the first Pillars of Eternity you’re most probably excited about the sequel coming out really soon (May 8th!). Apparently Obsidian, the developer of these awesome game, was hiding (sometimes not even very good!) codes for DLC which you can now claim on their website. This is a really smart AND fun promo event. But I would expect no less from the developer of such fun games that were funded on kickstarter. Crowdfunding campaigns make developers realise who really they should care about: the audience. And Obsidian is apparently very aware of it, so it’s giving players a fun minigame where they can win their game’s DLC. Good job, Obsidian 🙂

And that’s it for now! Hopefully next week there will be as many exciting news as this week 🙂 Ah, I only wish I had time to play ALL the awesome games out there!