Titan Quest II has been announced 17 years later

Titan Quest II has been announced 17 years later

THQ Nordic and Grimlore Games have taken their time to develop the sequel to a fan-favorite ARPG. Titan Quest surprised the fans of the genre in 2006 with its approach to the mythological pre-roman ancient world, a universe that is rarely used as a scenario in this type of game. The game managed to gather a sizeable player base and it became a staple in the genre due to its exciting gameplay, unique story, and shortage of ARPGs to play in the period previous to the Diablo III release. Four expansions and 17 years later, the fans of the original game have finally seen Titan Quest II announced in a spectacular video that has immediately caught the eye of many players.



A new godly threat

In Titan Quest II, you will face a new challenge as the Goddess of Retribution has decided to deliver punishment to all those opposing her designs.

"Nemesis, Goddess of Retribution, is out of control. She is corrupting the Threads of Fate and condemning all those who oppose her to eternal punishment. Take up your weapon, fight alongside gods, and change fate itself in Titan Quest II, an action RPG inspired by Greek mythology."

As its predecessor, Titan Quest II will feature a deep customization system that will allow you to create the avatar you want and equip it with different weapons that favor a specific playstyle in order to fight countless mythological enemies and powerful bosses. Titan Quest II will feature multiplayer online so you can go adventuring in its ancient world alongside your friends and face even bigger threats.

The game will launch on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S. There is no official release date yet, but you will find the best deals on Titan Quest II CD keys on our comparator soon. Meanwhile, you may be interested in giving Titan Quest and its Ragnarök, Eternal Embers, Atlantis, and Immortal Throne expansions a try. All of them are available with our comparator too.

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