TITAN QUEST: RAGNARÖK and TITAN QUEST: ATLANTIS are Now Available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One


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TITAN QUEST: RAGNARÖK and TITAN QUEST: ATLANTIS are Now Available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

Titan Quest: Ragnarök and Titan Quest: Atlantis are now available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (as well as PC), introducing a new level cap, two never-before-seen mini-campaigns, brand-new items, unique rewards, and more. The base version of 2006's sleeper hit Titan Quest is required to play the fresh expansions.

According to THQ Nordic, Titan Quest: Atlantis and Titan Quest: Ragnarök are priced at $19.99 / € 19.99.

Thanks to today's console launch of Atlantis, PS4 and XBO players can enjoy Titan Quest with its three DLC (Atlantis, Immortal Throne and Ragnarok), while the Switch port of Ragnarok and Atlantis is still in the works.

Considering that Atlantis is the newest Titan Quest expansion, be sure to take a closer look at its overview:

New Atlantis Main Quest Line:
  • 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
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
Expanded Masteries:
  • Unlock a new tier of skills for each mastery
Casino Merchant:
  • Spend your excess in-game money on randomly generated loot

Without further ado, check out the console launch trailers for Titan Quest: Atlantis & Ragnarok down below:

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