Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:44pm 10/05/19 | 0 Comments
Which is a big deal because Titan Quest and it's first expansion Titan Quest: Immortal Throne came out back in 2006 and 2007. So then why the delay? Well it comes down to THQ Nordic snapping up the game a few years ago and instead of simply repackaging it, the publisher has decided to re-start development. Which brings us to the release of Titan Quest: Atlantis.
Following in the footsteps of the Nordic expansion seen recently, Atlantis returns the action back to the Mediterranean and the lost city of Atlantis. Its available now on Steam, with a launch-day discount, priced at $19.35 AUD.
The Hero meets an explorer that is searching for the mythical kingdom of Atlantis, and together they set out on a journey across the western Mediterranean. The key lies in the legendary Diary of Herakles, rumored to be in the Phoenician City of Gadir, but their journey will take them beyond the edges of the known world...
The new expansion not only brings new quests, locations, and items, to the game, but also a new wave based challenge mode, quality of life improvements and even some graphical updates in the form of SSAO and color grading. Translation, it looks shinier and more vibrant.
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:17pm 14/12/17 | 0 Comments
Ah Titan Quest, the game that is probably in each and every one of your Steam collections. And something that over the past decade you've played more than once or twice. Assuming of course you're into the whole action-RPG in the style of Diablo thing. Which you should be, because Diablo is awesome. And Titan Quest is one of the great action-RPGs. That's now, after all these years, console bound.
With the PS4 and Xbox One versions of Titan Quest coming March 20, 2018 with the Switch version TBC. Strangely, the console release of Titan Quest won't come packed with the recent and surprise 2017 release of Titan Quest: Ragnarok - but instead the core game and the Immortal Throne expansion.
Unlike Diablo on console titan Quest's co-op seems to be online only at this stage. But, it will support up to six characters and the game is said to include remastered graphics and revamped controls.
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:46pm 20/11/17 | 0 Comments
THQ Nordic have sneakily released a new Titan Quest expansion called Ragnarök, a completely new adventure based in the realm of Norse mythology. Which is, well, awesome because Titan Quest still remains one of the great action-RPGs that doesn't have the word Diablo in the title.
New story act with dozens of new quests
Brave the realms of the Celts, the Northmen and the Asgardian gods in the largest act to date
Revisit the other acts to find new items and secrets
New 10th Mastery
Become a Runemaster, a magical warrior fighting with both, spells and weapons
Combine newly learned with existing masteries for a total of 45 combinations
New experience curve
Reach level 85 and maximize your character’s potential
New weapons and gear
Find new and powerful gear, from colorful Celtic shields to famous weapons of Germanic legend.
New relics and charms for crafting, and a new option to improve even legendary items.
New thrown weapons strike the balance between range and speed!
New Enemies and bosses
From the denizens of Germany’s dark forests to the forces of Asgard itself.
Improved character customization
A wider variety of regional styles and color dyes
Finally: wear pants!
Technical and QOL improvements
New shaders and graphical effects
Improved ragdoll physics
Improved UI and combat feedback for total information
Improved control customization
Improved modding tools
Biggest Act yet? Very cool, as are all the new additions and quality of life improvements. So be sure to head on over to the Steam Page now.