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Two Worlds

Platform(s): PC, Xbox 360
Genre: Role-Playing
Publisher: ZuxxeZ / Topware (EU), SouthPeak Interactive (US)
Developer: Reality Pump
Release Date: Aug. 23, 2007 (US), Sept. 7, 2007 (EU)

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'Two Worlds' (X360/PC) v1.7 Patch/Tainted Blood Addon Available NOW

by Rainier on April 30, 2008 @ 3:37 p.m. PDT

Two Worlds is an RPG featuring thrilling fight choreographies, gripping characters and realistic worlds, creating new dimensions in the genre. The title also introduces new benchmarks in content with experienced script editors linking the cinematic story with maximum gaming freedom in a medieval fantasy world.

Get the Two Worlds v1.7 Patch off WP (50mb)

The two expansions will add a host of new content to the vibrant and populous multiplayer universe of Two Worlds, featuring first and foremost an entirely new player-versus-player mode based around controlling key areas of a multiplayer map. Along with this new strategic play mode, additional maps, co-operative missions and a suite of new weapons are also included, adding a considerable amount of play time to the already content-packed world of Antaloor.

Players can now go on the hunt for a crazy Necromancer, unsolve the mystery of a massacre in a woodcutters' camp, deal with a rebel knight (permanently) and lots more. The new add-on doesn't only give you a new series of Quests - it also opens up the doors to an all-new Business and Training Center! The town of Tharnburg offers you a large traders' district - and various arenas in which you can try out your newly-learned combat techniques right away.

By the way - "Tainted Blood" isn't the only add-on that will help sweeten your wait for "The Temptation" follow-up... another add-on's coming soon!


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