The release date for Obsidian Entertainment’s crowdfunded RPG, Pillars of Eternity, will be March 26th, 2015.
Creation takes time. Time is limited.
The Ultima Codex now has a Patreon profile. So there’s that.
Slashing Dragon has released version 1.49 of Ananias…or Ananias Roguelike, as it now appears to be called.
Broadsword Online Games will be making updates to the Promotional System in Ultima Online tomorrow.
ArtCraft Entertainment have clarified the meaning of their manifesto at the Play2Crush website, and have released a new piece of concept art — and a new screenshot — for Crowfall.
A self-professed “child of the 2000s” attempts to play through various classic 1980s and 1990s CRPGs. It goes about as well as you’d expect, which is to say it goes hilariously wrong.
“A 1911 ‘Tin Lizzie’ Model T Ford was the highest selling lot at the sale of the Richard Garriott collection at the Austin Auction Gallery on September 21, [2014,] making $16,000.”
Richard Garriott talks space: “In the aftermath of the recent loss of Orbital Sciences Antares, some have criticized NASA’s reliance on commercial providers, and specifically Orbital Sciences…”
A festival to bring friends and fans of Ultima and related series together to eat, drink, and be merry.
Goldenflame Dragon has implemented savegames in The Dark Unknown. Loading of savegames is still pending.
Pix has released an updated version of his Ultima Patcher utility, to resolve an issue in how it applies the Forgotten World patch for Ultima 9.
Origin historian Pix picked up a copy of Lowlander, the Ultima-inspired game for Android and (soon) iOS.
Apparently Beamdog is working on a new Baldur’s Gate game, set between the first and second entries in that series.
Another poll in which Ultima just isn’t quite getting its due credit.