An Update on Mod Support

Hello, Pathfinders!

We’ve had a hot summer so far. We’ve been preparing trailers, dev diaries, updated the beta version, and collected feedback from our beta players. And of course, we have been working hard on polishing Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous and preparing it for its release on the 2nd of September. Yeah, it’s definitely the hottest part of the development cycle!

Also, we’ve been in contact with some of our community’s mod makers, and provided the tools which we created as a part of our Mod Support social goal, which was met during our Kickstarter campaign thanks to you all! So the mods for Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous are in development, and some have been tested with the beta already. Unfortunately, while we will ship Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous with the promised mod support, we haven’t finished working on the Steam interface for the mods yet. Right now we are focused on preparation for the release and polishing, but we promise that this feature will arrive after the release, providing a more comfortable modding experience for Steam users.

Once again, we would like to remind those of you who backed Wrath of the Righteous on Kickstarter to check your account on the backers’ portal, if you haven’t done it earlier. Remember, that you need to log in with the email you used on Kickstarter when you backed the game! In your Orders tab you should be able to see a paid order from Kickstarter, and in the Purchased items tab - what exactly you ordered.

If your account is empty, please search your mailboxes for an email from containing a link.

If you can’t find such an email, please write to, and we will help!
If your orders are correct, you don’t need to do anything else.

To arms!


Can you at least elaborate on said tools? Because those github tools are completely incomprehensible for the average user.

Any news on a patch to fix the Console version of Kingmaker that hasn’t worked since release nearly a year ago?
All queries are being ignored on the console forum so thought I’d post this elsewhere…