Beast of Winter

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Beast of Winter
Product type
Downloadable content
Classic RPG
  • Microsoft Windows
  • Mac OS
  • Linux
Release date
August 2, 2018
Current version
2.0.0 (Versions)
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Release chronology
Scalawags Pack
Beast of Winter
Deck of Many Things Pack
An ancient feud between eldritch powers goes unresolved in the southern seas, and only you can halt the mounting destruction.

Beast of Winter is the first downloadable expansion for Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire, released on August 2, 2018. It is available on all the game's platforms for $9.99.

A preview of Beast of Winter was made available to backers on July 18th, 2018.[1]

The fifth free DLC Deck of Many Things Pack, was released alongside Beast of Winter.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Items in italics are quoted directly from the game.

Far in the southernmost reaches of the Deadfire Archipelago, frost and death have encroached upon the land of the living. You, Watcher, have received a missive from the isle's residents: worshipers of Rymrgand, the god of entropy and disaster. They call you Duskspeaker, a harbinger of the end, and pray you fulfill your destiny.

  • Embark upon an adventure that will take you to Hel itself.
  • Join forces with Vatnir, an Endings Godlike and Priest of Rymrgand, to bring battle to the monstrosities that roam the Beyond.
  • Confront an ancient dragon, whom even the gods fear, before she brings Eora to an icy end.

Features[edit | edit source]

  • Vatnir, a new party member with companion-like reactivity.
  • Neriscyrlas, a lich dragon and main villain of the DLC.

Quests[edit | edit source]


New items[edit | edit source]

See: Category:Beast of Winter items

New weapons[edit | edit source]

New armor[edit | edit source]

New shields[edit | edit source]

New accessories[edit | edit source]

New consumables[edit | edit source]

New pets[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Trailers[edit | edit source]

Teaser Trailer Launch Trailer

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