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Titan Quest Anniversary Edition Released by THQ Nordic

Category: Gaming
Posted: 12:30PM

Earlier this month Nordic Games reincorporated itself as THQ Nordic to demonstrate its commitment to the many IPs the company purchased when THQ went bankrupt. At the time it also stated it was working on 23 game projects, with only 13 having been announced by then, and a majority concerning the former THQ properties. Unless I missed something, one of those unannounced projects has just been released, and it is one I expect many people are going to be happy about.

Ten years since it was first released, Titan Quest and its Immortal Throne expansion have been re-released as Titan Quest Anniversary Edition. If you already own Titan Quest, Titan Quest: Immortal Throne, or Titan Quest Gold on Steam, you should already have a copy of this for free, which according to THQ Nordic means over one million people just got this gift. The Anniversary Edition represents more than just a repackaging of the original games, as it has been completely reworked to improve several key gameplay aspects, including stability, balancing, and multiplayer. The complete changelog has been posted online, so everyone can read through the 1000+ changes (which have also been conveniently marked as bug fixes or added features).

For those of you who want a copy, and were not given one already, it is on sale at Steam and GOG for $4.99 (75% off) until September 7.

Source: Steam Community

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dr_bowtie on September 01, 2016 00:41

This is AWESOME! or maybe not... I spent thousands of hours on this game and I hope this doesnt lead into a thousand more ha ha.

Waco on September 01, 2016 13:47
Sweet! I just got back into Grim Dawn, but this could make me forget and play some Titan Quest!
bp9801 on September 01, 2016 17:52

It also has Steam Workshop support, so that's a huge plus right there for mods.

dr_bowtie on September 01, 2016 23:19

I read on Grim Dawn they still havent fixed the rubber-banding issue but many of the others are.

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