Wing Commander Privateer: Righteous Fire
Wing Commander Privateer: Righteous Fire continued with the protagonist Burrows on vacation. While away from his craft, cultists steal his prized Steltek gun to study and replicate it. The Church of Man cult used these replicas aboard ships supplied by the Kilrathi to mount a campaign against technology in the Gemini Sector. The player must make the rounds, check with all his various contacts and discover clues in order to bring the Retro plot down.
So you think you're a hotshot pilot. A clever entrepreneur. A notorious pirate. You've destroyed the Steltek Drone, secured the alien artifact, and outfought and outsmarted everyone in your way. Now, you're taking a well-deserved break on one of Gemini's pleasure worlds. But relaxation will soon be the last thing on your mind...
In Rightous Fire, you're once again transported to the seamy side of the universe, where you discover a fiendish plot that threatens the order and prosperity of Gemini Sector. Whether you're a merchant, pirate or mercenary, plenty of action awaits if you're willing to risk all you earned in Privateer.
Where to buy
The original works quite well in DOSBox. The easiest way to enjoy the game on a modern computer and operating system, is to buy Privateer as a digital download from Good Old Games.
Playing the gameDon't know how to land your ship? Stuck on a particularly difficult mission? The following items may be of help:
Noteworthy game documentation
Behind the scenes
Detailed release information
- Published by Electronic Arts
- Released 1994-02-24
The original release.
Good Old Games
- Released 1993-06-11
The GOG edition of Privateer includes the Righteous Fire expansion.