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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.



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