Titan Quest Coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in 2018


Almost 12 years after it first released on PC, THQ Nordic's Diablo-like action-RPG Titan Quest is coming to home consoles.

The 2006 role-playing game "Titan Quest" is heading to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

There will also be a Collector's Edition of the game released, which features a cool looking nine-inch replica of a Greek war helmet and some other goodies. There's also support for multiplayer ranging from two to six players via online co-op play.

The Diablo series has spawned a lot of similar games over the years, and one of the best is unquestionably Titan Quest.

While it may seem slightly odd to release an 11 year old PC game on consoles, the Anniversary Edition was released on Steam in August 2016 and apparently sold over 1.6 million copies within a month of release.

"Titan Quest" will be available digitally and in stores for $30 for the standard release - this includes the base game with the "Immortal Throne" expansion. Just this November, the game developers surprised fans with the game's second expansion, "Ragnarok", which arrived 11 years since it was launched.

The PS4 and Xbox One versions have been announced for March 20 2018, with a Switch version coming "when it's done". As for the Nintendo Switch, THQ Nordic promises that edition is also now in development and will be available as soon as it's ready.



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