Pathfinder: Kingmaker official artwork without logo

Pathfinder: Kingmaker is a newly released isometric RPG with a bit of a twist on the classic formula. Instead of simply wondering the land in search of adventure, glory and loot, you will be tasked with establishing your very own kingdom in the unsurprisingly hostile Stolen Lands. To do this you will need to recruit various companions, deal with all of the local threats, establish a trade hub in the middle of nowhere, and naturally, engage in good ol' fashioned politics.

While the recently posted launch trailer doesn't exactly go in-depth on any of these features, it should still give you a decent idea of what to expect. So if you're itching for a new RPG to dive into, have a look at what Pathfinder: Kingmaker brings to the table:

I haven't played it myself, but from what I can tell it would appear that Pathfinder: Kingmaker is a good game mired by bugs and balance issues. The developers have already issued numerous hotfixes in order to correct some of these problems, but as expected, many still remain. So unless you're extremely eager to jump in, I would highly recommend you give Pathfinder: Kingmaker a week or two in order to get itself fixed up. At that point it's almost guaranteed all of the major bugs will be corrected, so you should have a nice and smooth campaign.

To keep an eye on Pathfinder: Kingmaker, as well as learn more about it, you should head on over to either the official website or Steam. And should you decide to grab it immediately, I wish you the best of luck with avoiding those pesky bugs, both the monstrous and programming ones!

Pathfinder: Kingmaker screenshot of the city you can build up