Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous official artwork

[Update #2]: After a brief delay Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous' Inevitable Excess expansion has now arrived, though unfortunately alongside some harsh criticism.

[Update]: Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous' first expansion Inevitable Excess is coming on February 15th.

As I mentioned throughout my review, Wrath of the Righteous' Crusade mechanics left a lot to be desired for back at launch. Not only was the whole thing horribly imbalanced and open to exploitation, but it was also riddled with bugs, missing tooltips, awkward controls, and the list goes on for a while.

Thankfully many of the post launch updates, including the freshly released Update 1.1.0i, have made the whole thing a lot smoother. The in-game encyclopedia now features a crusade tutorial, there's a new midgame quest to better guide the player forward, many tooltips have been rewritten and updated, a variety of in-battle effects have been clarified, and a whole bunch of previously broken spells and effects have been fixed. Best of all, you can now actually control your armies from the throne room instead of having to first leave the city!

Update 1.1.0i has also brought with it a variety of bug fixes and major performance improvements, with the most important change being the fix for the mounted Charge attack in turn-based mode. Instead of randomly dealing absolutely no damage, using Charge while mounted in turn-based mode should now correctly apply all of the damage and effects. As an additional little bonus, you can now also use the mount's abilities independently of the rider.

The rest of the update is far too large and disjointed to easily summarize, so if you're curious you can find all of the details at the official patch notes. Have fun!