WATCH: Titan Quest Is Coming To Consoles – Collector’s Edition Details Here!
It has been ten long years since the original release of Titan Quest for PC, and thanks to THQ Nordic the action-RPG is finally getting a well-deserved release for modern consoles next year. Originally published by the original THQ, THQ Nordic took things over when the studio went under, and updated the game on PC in a special Anniversary Edition that improved the title’s gameplay, multiplayer, and introduced some general tweaks to the game. For those looking to splurge on the upcoming console release, THQ Nordic has revealed the details of the game’s special Collector’s Edition, which can be seen at the top of the page. Check out the trailer for Titan Quest: Anniversary Edition below, followed by a special introduction from THQ Nordic:
Behold, the PC gods have spoken… Titan Quest is granted to also release on all current-gen console platforms in 2018. Apart from the online- and offline-release of the Standard Edition of the game, a mighty Collector’s Edition has been melted in Hades’ hellfire, hammered and forged on Hephaestus’ anvil, infused with Mars’ wrath, and charged with Zeus’ lightning.”
Godly infusions aside, the Collector’s Edition of Titan Quest will run buyers $119.99, and comes with the Anniversary Edition of the game and its Immortal Throne expansion. Additionally, it also comes with a premium box, a notepad, and a 23cm replica Greek war helmet. Titan Quest releases for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 20th, 2018. The Nintendo Switch version is currently in development, and will release “when it is done.”
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