Titan Quest originally released for PC back in 2006, was quite a popular game. It reminds me of Diablo meets Fable meets God Of War. I am sure many people that purchased it back in 2006 never thought it would make its way to console, but it finally has!
Summary; Titan Quest is an action role-playing game set in the pre-Roman Ancient World: these include Ancient Greece, Egypt, and the Silk Road leading through Asia. Players take control of an avatar: players are able to choose gender, name and tunic color. The three-dimensional world is navigated through an overhead third-person view, with the player character being controlled with the mouse through a point-and-click interface, while abilities are mapped to keyboard buttons. The environment is obscured by a “Fog of War” effect which blacks out unexplored environments on the minimap.
If you check out the old videos for gameplay on YT you can see that it looks like a really fun game:
The console version from THQ Nordic came along with this statement:
“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.”
That’s right, not only is Titan Quest coming to console but to top it off, there will also be a collectors edition available. Sweet!
For the Standard Edition, players can get the base game plus the “Immortal Throne” expansion pack that was first released in 2006.
On the other hand, the Collector’s Edition will include the same game contents along with physical items such as a 23-centimeter Greek War helmet replica and a themed notepad, which are all packaged in a Premium Box.
The price differentials are quite different; the standard edition is $30, meanwhile, the collector’s edition will be a whopping $120!
So far, the release date for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions have been confirmed on March 20, 2018.
If you would like to pre-order Titan Quest, you can do so below.