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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:10pm 23/08/18 | 0 Comments
Announced only a short while ago, the news that the Torchlight franchise was coming back with the online-focused Torchlight Frontiers, was enough to get people excited about a fully multiplayer version of the beloved action-RPG series. Today we've got a new trailer that debuts some gameplay, and yes, it looks good.

Smooth and fun too, with wonderful animation and a great art style that builds on that Torchlight "look".


Set in the same beloved universe as Torchlight I and II, this shared-world action-RPG brings back many of the franchise’s signature features and mechanics that captured the hearts of ARPG fans around the world. Led by former Runic Games and Blizzard North co-founder, Max Schaefer, the team developing Torchlight Frontiers is comprised of veteran developers who were responsible for the games that defined the ARPG genre, including the original Diablo and Torchlight franchises.

Torchlight Frontiers is on track for a 2019 release and is coming to PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Hopefully a Nintendo Switch version also gets thrown into the mix.



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