- Release Date:2021
- Publisher:Giant Global
- Language:EN / Multi11
System RequirementsCPU: Intel Core i3-2100 / AMD FX-6300
RAM: 4 GB
OS: Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10 (64 bit)
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti / ATI Radeon HD 7950
Free Disk Space: 25 GB
DescriptionPascal's Wager: Definitive Edition is a challenging action role playing game set in a world of dark fantasy. Step into the shoes of Couriers, as they discover the tale behind the mysterious Dark Mist.
A World Without Light
The Colossus, mysterious creatures that dispelled the Dark Mist that once engulfed the land of Solas, has fallen. As Couriers, you will explore various handcrafted locales in this intriguing world full of secrets, hidden mysteries, and stories. The veiled truth of Solas awaits your discovery...
Hardcore Combat Experience
Master five unique, powerful, and versatile characters each with their own distinctive combat styles for a rich and incredibly challenging experience. The dark forces you face are relentless and cunning, the bosses will put your planning, reflexes, and determination to the ultimate test.
(An optional, more accessible "Casual Mode" is also available.)
Humanity's Story in the Darkness
Centuries ago, the sun sank into the sea, leading to the Dark Mist enveloping the lands. At the same time, great, towering beings began to appear. These were the Colossus. They brought light to the areas surrounding them and in turn, humanity found its last and only refuge.
Thousands of years after the Colossi appeared, a mysterious illness beset these creatures of the light and they began to fall...
Following the trail of the falling Colossi, Terrence the Courier and his companions embark on an arduous journey. They will encounter figures benevolent and evil, seal or witness their fate, and unveil the truth behind the dark world.
Gameplay Trailer Pascal's Wager: Definitive Edition
Additional Information:How to Install
1. Mount ISO Image with DaemonToolsLite and install the game
2. Copy content of the folder "CODEX" to the installed games directory