Atlantis expansion arrives for Titan Quest

Titan Quest Atlantis

Publisher THQ Nordic has announced that Atlantis, the third expansion for action-RPG Titan Quest, is now available on the PC.

The company said: “Action-RPG Titan Quest is back with its third expansion: Atlantis! The expansion comes with a brand new and epic story line, leading the players through the most mysterious of all cities. Explore new environments or dive into a vast amount of added quests in the well-known areas of the base game. Heroes can master new skills and fight with new items. The expansion also adds some quality of life and general improvements.”

Story-wise, THQ Nordic described Atlantis thus: “In the third expansion to Titan Quest, the Hero meets an explorer that is searching for the mythical kingdom of Atlantis, and together they set out on a journey across the western Mediterranean. The key lies in the legendary Diary of Herakles, rumoured to be in the Phoenician City of Gadir, but their journey will take them beyond the edges of the known world…”

THQ Nordic said that the Atlantis DLC will cost £19.99. It provided some further details regarding specific aspects of the expansion: “Play a brand new Titan Quest adventure in single-player experience or hunt the mystical hordes of Atlantis with up to 6 players in the co-operative multiplayer mode. Find and claim new items and unique rewards.” Plus it highlighted the new Tartarus Endless Mode: “A wave based challenge mode, playable in single player or with up to 6 players in co-op multiplayer. Random elements change up the gameplay and will make sure every game is different from any other.”

In addition, THQ Nordic said Atlantis will add Expanded Masteries: “Unlock a new tier of skills for each mastery,” as well as visual upgrades. For more information, including news of when Atlantis will become available for the console versions of the game, visit its official website.

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