Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous Cheats on Playstation 4 (PS4)

Last Updated: November 19, 2022
Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous
  • First Released: Sep 1, 2021

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No Action Bar Bug


This glitch happens with annoying frequency. While you’re playing, the Action Bar (located at the bottom of your screen) will black out, leaving you unable to use any abilities.

I Lap The Flash demonstrates how you could fix this bug

Infinite Bite Attack


For Druids or if your character has Beast Shape 1. Once you have shifted into a wolf, you can Trip on a Bite attack. Once you have leveled up to Greater Trip, you do an attack of opportunity on Trip now; because you're a wolf, your attack of opportunity also causes Trip, leading to infinite attack (until you're out of the attack of opportunity).

What Path?


Even though many Mythic Paths produce unpredictable results, Aeon's Paths are the best choice for beginners. This Path has the most influence on the classes seeing as they can control how various events unfold.

The True Aeon path is the meat and potatoes of the Aeon Mythic Path.  The True Aeon path represents unwavering devotion to the law and a refusal to be swayed by emotion or greed. The True Aeon is the only Aeon capable of reaching the pinnacle of Aeon power and can alter the timeline more than a failed Aeon.

Shared XP


This allows you to share and receive Xp with your companions during Quests. That way, even if you didn’t fully participate, your character will still level up with everyone else. You can receive extra XP if you have less than 6 people in your group. This feature you can toggle on or off for the main game as well as most DCs.

Mortismal Gaming explains how sharing Xp can work for you.

Difficulty levels


This game is catered to challenge you, and as such, here are some suggestions on which difficulty to choose.

  • Story and Casual - This is a great place to begin for first players and RPG enthusiasts alike. This game will ruthlessly punish you if you are unfamiliar with it, and these difficulty levels provide some room to maneuver.
  • Normal and Daring - These levels are suggested for those who are comfortable with the game challenging you. You will need to develop effective strategies to succeed in the game.
  • Core and Hard - For Pathfinder veterans who are highly confident in their knowledge of the fighting system. Because it is so simple to lose owing to inexperience and random chance, many challenges have flashing red warnings in their descriptions.
  • Unfair - This is exactly how it sounds. It has the hardest difficulty, and the game isn't designed to accommodate the player playing it.

Character Creation


So you find yourself facing a relatively complicated set of menus to build your main character. The majority of these choices are self-explanatory, but a few are a little more challenging.

Below are some helpful explanations for a few of them.

Ability scores
Ability scores are the most important stats a character has but are also the most difficult to understand. There are 6: Strength, Dexterity, Constitution, Intelligence, Wisdom, and Charisma. These are responsible for different points of gameplay, mainly in combat, skills, saving throws, and others.

  • Strength
    • Combat: Melee weapon damage.
    • Skills: Athletics.
    • Saving Throws: when your character is restrained, shoved to lift something heavy, or takes a running jump.
    • Other: your carry weight capacity.
  • Dexterity
    • Combat: Ranged and Finesse weapon damage.
    • Skills: Acrobatics, Trickery, and Stealth.
    • Saving Throws: Reflex saves (used to avoid physical danger, i.e. dodging a fireball) and determining Initiative (used at the start of combat).
  • Constitution
    • Combat: Health/Hitpoints.
    • Saving Throws: Fortitude saves (used against skills that damage your body, i.e., resistant to poison).
  • Intelligence
    • Combat: Spell-casting ability for Wizards.
    • Skills: Knowledge (Arcana, World).
    • Other: Number of skill points when leveling up.
  • Wisdom
    • Combat: Spell-casting ability for Clerics, Druids, and Rangers.
    • Skills: Perception and Lore Skills (Nature, Medicine, Religion)
    • Saving Throws: Will saves ( used when something is trying to affect your mind, i.e., the charming bard).
  • Charisma
    • Combat: Spell-casting ability for Bards, Paladins, and Sorcerers.
    • Skills: Diplomacy, Persuasion, Performance, and certain Magic Items.



The maximum level a character can reach in Wrath of the Righteous is level 20, and you'll probably get to that level well before the game's storyline is concluded.

Characters can multiclass or gain levels in multiple classes in Pathfinder and some other tabletop RPGs. Although it can appear very complicated to new players, this feature is a true highlight of the game. Many players adore creating intricate builds to fit a character or a strategy.



The class you choose for your character will significantly impact your gameplay and the plot of your adventure. There are over 20 different base classes to choose from; however, some classes are more challenging to navigate than others. Here is a list of 10 classes, from the easiest, more beginner-friendly classes to the more complex ones.

  • Barbarian 
    cRPG Bro barbarian character build.
  • Rogue
    The Critically Clueless showing how to build a master rogue.
  • Monk
    Capsule Computers building a basic monk
  • Paladin
    Mortismal Gaming overview on paladins
  • Bard

          Mortismal Gaming explaining the bard class

  • Cleric
    Mortismal Gaming on the mechanics of a cleric
  • Sorcerer
    Calderon building a high-damage sorcerer
  • Druid
    cRPG Bro shows how your druid can shape-shift into a dragon.
  • Alchemist
    Mortismal Gaming shows what to expect from an alchemist
  • Wizard
    Werglia's beginner guide to Wizards

This is how it works


When you reach a certain level in a class, it will provide certain features. A Rogue, for example, will gain the Sneak Attack ability when they reach their third level in that class.

Every level up to level 20 has features for base classes.

Only features up to level 10 are available in prestige classes.

Prestige classes are specialized classes that can only be obtained by leveling up specific skills. The Arcane Trickster, for example, requires some Sneak Attack ranks, while the Dragon Disciple requires levels in a spontaneous arcane caster class.

When you level up, you can spend a level in any class you have available to you. This won't help you in any other classes you might have previously selected; it will only help you in that one.

To obtain the Sneak Attack, a Monk, for instance, might level up to level five and then switch to the Rogue class after three levels.

This character will have more flexibility than characters who take eight levels in either of the Monk or Rogue classes, even though they won't be as good at those skills as those characters.

While it is entirely possible and not a bad idea to level a character up in just one class for the duration of the game, many high-tier characters build make excellent use of multiclassing.

RPG Divison with the best classes for multiclassing.

Mythic Path


Wrath of the Righteous is based on an adventure path in which you are ultimately awarded supreme powers from mythic sources, which is reflected in the game as various Mythic Paths from which to choose. These will bestow special powers and abilities on your main character that correspond to their sources.

The game features ten Mythic Paths. The majority of these are simple to unlock, but some require more detailed explanations. Here are some of the simpler ones:

  • The Angel and Demon Mythic Paths- Automatically unlocked in the Prologue.
  • The Aeon Mythic Path- This Path is unlockable during Act One if you obtain the purple crystal knife. To get this purple crystal knife, you must interact with an unusual warped object in Kenabres' Market Square. When interacting with the Wardstone at the end of the Act, you must choose the [Aeon] option.
  • The Azata Mythic Path- This Path requires you to finish the Starward Gaze quest by singing along with Desna's priests.
  • The Trickster Mythic Path- You must visit the Blackwing Library during Act One and confront the cultists there using the [Trickster] dialogue options.
  • The Legend Mythic Path- This is technically just an additional option available once you reach the eighth Mythic Rank.
Slandered Gaming ranking all 10 Mythic Paths.



In Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, companions aid the player by joining his or her party and have their backstories, distinctive traits, and quests. Each one of them starts with equipment specific to their own Races/Classes. During the crusade, the people in your party will react to your words and your decisions depending on whether you speak to them directly or to other NPCs.

For a fee, you can hire specialized adventurers from Hilor (located at the battle camp). Customized explorers don't have unique tasks to complete. If you choose the Azata or Linch Path, you get some special companion options.

Here are a few companions anyone can add to their party:

  • Camellia - Race: Half-elf. Class: Spirit Hunter. Recruit her in Devoured by Darkness.
  • Seelah - Race: Human. Class: Paladin. Recruit her in Devoured by Darkness.
  • Lann - Race: Mongrelman. Class: Zen Archer. Recruit him in Devoured by Darkness. Warning if you recruit Lann, you cannot recruit Wenduag.
  • Ember - Race: Elf. Class: Stigmatized Witch. Save her from crusaders in the Market Square to recruit her.
  • Arueshalae - Race: Succubus. Class: Espionage Expert. You can recruit her earlier from the Drezen prisons If Starward Gaze is successfully finished for the Desnan adepts and the shrine of Desna is completed in the Lost Chapel. If not, Greengates, where the Demon's Heresy quest's conclusion is located, is where you can hire her.
  • Woljif - Race: Tiefling. Class: Eldritch Scoundrel. Recruit him in the basement cell of the Defender's Heart.
cRPG Bro shows how to build the best party

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