Titan Quest has turned 10 years old and to celebrate THQ released an anniversary edition of the popular adventure title for Windows 10. It's now available on the Windows Store. If you've yet to fire up the original game and battle your way through hordes of monsters, now is a good time to pick up your sword and shield.
The anniversary edition combines both Titan Quest and Titan Quest Immortal Throne in one game, and has been given a massive overhaul. Titan Quest is also the product of Age of Empires co-creator Brian Sullivan and Braveheart writer Randall Wallace. The story sees the player take on titans who have escaped their eternal prisons and determine the fate of both men and gods. So, what's new in this edition?
- Restored and improved multiplayer functionality, including new features like a built-in voice chat and NAT resolving for best multiplayer connectivity
- Support for more resolutions, larger camera distance and scaleable UI size
- Improved performance and general stability
- Support for modders through new modding options and a fully integrated Steam Workshop
- Complete balance rework with improvements to all Masteries, damage types, unique items and sets
- Countless bug fixes and other improvements, including ten years' worth of community fixes
- Increased challenges and rewards for larger parties and on higher difficulty levels
- Dozens of new heroes and bosses to encounter
- Improved enemy and pet AI
- Quality of life features like higher stack limits, quick item pickup, a larger stash and a speed setting
- Reduced cheating with curbed exploits, removal of test items and mod comparison in multiplayer
- Steam Friend Invites
- Steam Achievements
- Steam Trading Cards
Hit the link below to grab a copy off the Windows Store for $19.99. It's also available on Steam.
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