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Titan Quest

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Role-Playing
Publisher: THQ
Developer: Iron Lore

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'Titan Quest' - v1.08 Patch Available NOW

by Rainier on July 7, 2006 @ 3:21 p.m. PDT

Titan Quest is an action role-playing game set in the ancient mythical worlds of Greece and Egypt. With an arsenal of more than a thousand pieces of unique and legendary equipment, players will have to overcome terrifying monsters and mythical beasts in their quest to save humankind from the Titans.

Get the Titan Quest v1.08 Patch off WP (5mb)

This patch updates Titan Quest from v1.01 to v1.08

· Fixed crash caused by teleporting in multiplayer after players used Rally skill
· Fixed NPC dialogue windows closing when NPC moves to avoid other characters
· Fixed bug with different relic bonuses for different players in multiplayer
· Fixed relic completion sounds propagating to all clients in multiplayer
· Fixed multiplayer lobby UI error with sort arrow
· Fixed a multiplayer lobby crash
· Fixed internet connection problem with custom maps
· Fixed a memory leak
· Improves multiplayer connection reliability
· Improves multiplayer performance
· Improves item auto-placement in inventory
· Added character back-up functionality
· Added option to disable compatibility check***

***If you have supported hardware but cannot start the game due to a failed compatibility check, you will need to download the stand-alone patch and install it (save to disk, then double-click to execute). Once the patch has been applied, you will need to edit your options.txt file in My Documents/My Games/Titan Quest/Settings, and add a new line to the bottom that reads:
skipCompatibilityChecks = true

Note: Bypassing the compatibility check will allow the game to start with non-supported hardware, but you may still encounter fatal errors as a result. As a reminder, integrated graphics and graphics cards without PS 1.1 capability are not officially supported.

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