Update: The DLC Atlantis has now also been released for Playstation 4 and Xbox One! Original: THQ Nordic and Pieces Interactive did it again: out of nowhere there was the announcement for a new DLC for Titan Quest, which was immediately published in parallel. The content extension is called Atlantis and can currently be bought on Steam for 13.49 euros.
Update from April 1st, 2020:
In the meantime, the DLC Atlantis for the action role-playing game Titan Quest has also been released for Playstation 4 and Xbox One! You need the original game to play the expansion, and the suggested retail price is just under 20 euros.
Original message from May 10, 2019:
Titan Quest fans (buy now for € 14.99) will definitely remember November 2017: That month appeared out of nowhere the Ragnarök extension – supple ten years after Immortal Throne. And what worked well once can certainly work a second time. The people responsible at THQ Nordic and Pieces Interactive obviously thought that.
Why, why, why? Well, because yesterday at the official site of the classic Hack & Slay announced and announced the next DLC for Titan Quest. This is called Atlantis and offers the following content:
- Play a classic Titan Quest adventure alone or with up to six players.
- New items and unique rewards
Tartaros endless mode
- A wave-based challenge mode that can be played alone or with up to six players in co-op multiplayer.
- Random elements ensure varied gameplay.
Unlocks a new skill rank with each championship
Graphical improvements like SSAO and color correction
Quick spells, easier storage and other long-awaited benefits
Spend your excess in-game money on randomly generated loot
On steam you can currently purchase the DLC for 13.49 euros. The official trailer and some screenshots from Atlantis can be found below:
Impressions from Titan Quest: Atlantis. (1) (Source: THQ Nordic)
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