Two Worlds III for PC in the works, Two Worlds II receives a new DLC

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Publisher of the Two Worlds franchise, TopWare Interactive, just announced the third installment of the Two Worlds series. Two Worlds III will be the first Two Worlds game after nearly six years as Two Worlds II was released in 2010. As TopWare stated, the game is still in its earliest development phase, slated to last for at least 36 months, meaning that we should expect the game to hit stores sometime in 2019.

The fact that TopWare Interactive is working on a new addition to the Two Worlds franchise isn’t surprising at all, given that Two Worlds II has sold more than 10 million copies and won multiple awards. Things weren’t so great for the franchise when the first game was released, though. According to many reviews, it was terribly developed and its voice acting is considered one of the worst in RPG games ever. However, the second installment improved greatly and we expect nothing less from the third game when it gets released.

New patches for Two Worlds II are coming soon

To tide players over until at least a demo of the new game is released, TopWare announced a “major engine update” for Two Worlds II. Along with the engine update, Two Worlds II will also receive a new DLC. The DLC will include two single player expansions titled Call of the Tenebrae and Shattered Embrace. Call of Tenebrae is set to be released this year while the release date of Shattered Embrace is still unknown.

Three years is a long period of time, which means that developers can change something about the game. As such, don’t be surprised if the developer and publisher announce some changes during the development phase of the game.

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