‘Two World III’ Announced; New ‘Two Worlds II’ DLC Also Coming

The next installment of the Two Worlds franchise has been announced by their developers TopWare.

The next game is the series, Two Worlds III, is currently in the concept stage. TopWare has said the development of the game is scheduled for the next 36 months.

In other Two Worlds news, Two Words II will be getting DLC this year. The first drop of single player DLC for the game will be coming out at the end of Q2 2016 and is called Call of the Tenebrae. This DLC drop will focus  “on the Hero’s return to Antaloor, where he witnesses the shocking murder of DarPha”. This DLC drop will introduce the “never-before-seen tribe of hideous, rat-like creature known only as The Chosen”. The other piece of single player DLC will be called Shattered Embrace, but no information has been given on the DLC yet.

And lastly, there is a new update for Two Worlds II engine available to download for Linux and Steam OS. This engine allows “much higher level of character and landscape detail” as well as an HD-GUI and in-game achievements. So, what do you think about a new game in the Two Worlds series? Let us know in the comments below.


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