Tyranny: Bastard's Wound Crack/Patch

Tyranny: Bastard's Wound Experience a new chapter of Tyranny, the critically-acclaimed role-playing game (RPG), in Bastard’s Wound, a new expansion that builds upon the game’s compelling story. Tyranny, an original RPG from Obsidian Entertainment, invites the player to make their mark on a world conquered by evil, and the Bastard’s Wound expansion opens up a new area of the Tiers where refugees from the war-torn world have established a haven in secret. Delve deeper into the mysteries of Terratus as you bring Kyros' justice (or your own version of it) to a new corner of the Tiers. In addition to the new region, Bastard's Wound gives you a chance to learn more about your party in a trio of companion quests featuring Lantry, Verse, and Barik.

Download Tyranny: Bastard's Wound Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 69 / 100
User rating
Downloads 810
Genre Role-Playing, Western-Style
Company / Developer
Paradox Interactive / Obsidian Entertainment

Tyranny: Bastard's Wound reviews ( 3 )

gloriouspotato, Feb 26, 2018

Bastard's Wound is just more of the same Tyranny you've already played, treading through similar narrative territory and Oldwalls raiding. While still enjoyable, it lacks ambition and doesn't reveal or expand much upon the world Obsidian have made. At some points, the DLC teases you with potential revelations about the Oldwall's history and purpose and the nature of the Bane, but unfortunately these story threads get dropped and the plot shifts back into an all too familiar story of conflict resolution between opposing factions. The added companion quests for Lantry, Barik and Verse are pretty decent though and add some interesting insight into their characters. Keep in mind that Bastard's Wound is available only in Act 2. The companion quests start in Act 2 and are resolved in Act 3. So if you've already finished the game, you'll have to replay it or reload a previous save to play this DLC.

MackieMajcher, Sep 12, 2017

I got lucky and installed DLC when I was playing Tyranny again in Act II, so I was able to play the new quests and locations. Anyway - the DLC is short and full of bugs. Tyranny is one of best best of RPGs issued lately but this DLC is on much lower level. It's not worth to buy it with fuil prize.

night4, Sep 7, 2017

Short, overpriced, poorly marketed, and disappointing. The game doesn't even let me know it's installed, let alone how to access it. Some content *only* available in the second act, so you can't use a save just before the end. Companion quests are mostly for companions I never use, what about the rest?