New features added to Titan Quest: Immortal Throne

just can't wait


THQ, together with developer Iron Lore Entertainment, released Titan Quest, a mythology-based hack-and-slash RPG, around June of this year. The game features battling mythical creatures and exploring ancient world locations. As reported in a previous article, the expansion entitled Titan Quest: Immortal Throne is set to be released worldwide hopefully early next year.

Titan Quest: Immortal Throne opens a number of new features. Level cap was raised to 75, plus new locations were added like the historic Rhodes and Epirus, and mythical river Styx, Plains of Judgement and the Elysium fields. This adds more than 30 new quests to embark on and 15 hours to gameplay.

There are also 20 new monster types and around 400 pieces of new equipment. Caravans have also been added to gives player storage room – just like the chest in Diablo – and transfer items between their characters. A new NPC called Enchanters would make a debut. They offer two services: separate relics from items, or create items called artifacts. They do this for a fee, which depends on the how rare the items are.

Scrolls have also been added. They give players a chance to use a spell or a buff once and the price of the scroll is directly proportional to the power of the scroll. A new skill tab, dream-mastery, adds nine player classes to the game. It was made to be a strong choice as a primary skill tab to both melee and ranged characters as well as a secondary support tab.

Michael Verrette, Producer at Iron Lore Entertainment, adds:

As we wrap up work on Immortal Throne, we are very excited to get the expansion out into the hands of the players. For us at Iron Lore, Immortal Throne doesn’t just provide more gameplay, more equipment, and more monsters, it redefines the entire Titan Quest experience.

Definitely something to look forward to this 2007.

just can't wait


THQ, together with developer Iron Lore Entertainment, released Titan Quest, a mythology-based hack-and-slash RPG, around June of this year. The game features battling mythical creatures and exploring ancient world locations. As reported in a previous article, the expansion entitled Titan Quest: Immortal Throne is set to be released worldwide hopefully early next year.

Titan Quest: Immortal Throne opens a number of new features. Level cap was raised to 75, plus new locations were added like the historic Rhodes and Epirus, and mythical river Styx, Plains of Judgement and the Elysium fields. This adds more than 30 new quests to embark on and 15 hours to gameplay.

There are also 20 new monster types and around 400 pieces of new equipment. Caravans have also been added to gives player storage room – just like the chest in Diablo – and transfer items between their characters. A new NPC called Enchanters would make a debut. They offer two services: separate relics from items, or create items called artifacts. They do this for a fee, which depends on the how rare the items are.

Scrolls have also been added. They give players a chance to use a spell or a buff once and the price of the scroll is directly proportional to the power of the scroll. A new skill tab, dream-mastery, adds nine player classes to the game. It was made to be a strong choice as a primary skill tab to both melee and ranged characters as well as a secondary support tab.

Michael Verrette, Producer at Iron Lore Entertainment, adds:

As we wrap up work on Immortal Throne, we are very excited to get the expansion out into the hands of the players. For us at Iron Lore, Immortal Throne doesn’t just provide more gameplay, more equipment, and more monsters, it redefines the entire Titan Quest experience.

Definitely something to look forward to this 2007.

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