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  1. The optics of a $1 Trillion company letting one of its studios fundraise is totally not worth the negative press and community fallout. If Pillars 3 made business sense, and the player base was there, Obsidian is basically free to just make the game whenever with Microsoft's support.
  2. Well, it seems they're shooting for a Q2 2020 preview. Though, yeah, targeting a "Spring" release may be a little unclear to those the southern hemisphere.
  3. Early Access starts Spring 2020, with the full game to follow in 2021. There's been no additional news yet, other than a note for interested players to join Xbox Insider if they haven't already done so.
  4. The "plans" last summer basically amounted to "we won't actively prevent the community from trying things, but building a mod framework just isn't something we have the time or resources for, sorry." They've largely kept to that promise. The game assets aren't encrypted, and users are able to tinker within the limits UE4 allows. However, the latest word, per the discord-sphere is: TOW2? Maybe. TOW1/DLC? Probz not.
  5. It might have gotten hidden in the folds of Obsidian's 2019 holiday tweet, but anyone have any guesses concerning the OSI logo on the canid's collar?
  6. As Hannibal mentioned, iOS linking is done with your Apple ID (specifically, the Game Center login), not any per-device method. Just go to Settings --> Game Center, and check that your new iPad is logged into Game Center with the same Apple ID as the old iPad. Relaunch pathfinder, and you should be be all set. Any further account problems can be sorted out with an email to support@obsidian.net.
  7. While DLC has been expected by fans, official confirmation that it was in the works was just dropped quite casually.
  8. You probably got awarded one or more Treasure Chests. There are a few flaky weekly challenges, and whenever the advertised reward doesn't line up with what is received, it is usually giving out Treasure Chests. Feel free to drop them a line at support@obsidian.net . They should take care of you and hook you up with some gold for your troubles.
  9. Agreed. Something floopy happened with mobile formatting. Unless... Re ad in g. Li ke t hi s is n or ma l.
  10. Just to point out, Grounded is likely codenamed "Maine". That skips over three states since The Outer Worlds (Indiana).
  11. Maine. That implies there are three other projects (Mississippi, Illinois, and Alabama) potentially under consideration. Check it out. Grab a copy of the video loop from https://grounded.obsidian.net --->> https://d1079ywfijtdjs.cloudfront.net/images/grounded/videos/grounded-looping-video.mp4 Parse it for strings, and you'll find: <creatorAtom:windowsAtom creatorAtom:extension=".prproj" creatorAtom:invocationFlags="/L" creatorAtom:uncProjectPath="\\?\C:\Users\mmiranda\Documents\Adobe\Premiere Pro\13.0\Maine 15 Sec Loop.prproj"/>
  12. I was thinking it could be a bike-related puzzle game where you have to organize your assorted bike tools on ever-more-challenging peg boards or in small garages. The higher levels would slowly add in all the weirdo tools necessary to fix vintage Italian bikes. I guess it would feel a little like Tetris, except that each piece costs $120 and was last produced in the early 1970s.
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