Titan Quest Anniversary Edition is available on Steam

Wednesday, August 31st, 2016

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Ten years ago, hack and slash fans discovered Titan Quest, developped by Iron Lore. The game quickly became considered as a good hack and slash, equal to Diablo 2 for some players. Iron LoreĀ  sadly closed down in 2008, but Titan quest remained a reference; ten years later a new version of the game is available on Steam (including the game and its add-on Immortal Throne) and it brings a lot of updates. Some bugs have been fixed, the balancing of the game has been improved, and new challenges await the players. Steam Cards are available, as well as achievements. It is also important to note that the support of mods has been improved. We owe this updated version to Thq Nordic, which owns the rights of Titan Quest. To celebrate the release, the game is currently sold at a price of $4.99, instead of the normal $19.99 price. The sale will end on September 7th. People who previously owned one of the Titan Quest games(the base game or its stand-alone add-on, Immortal Throne,) have received the game for free.

About Fabrice Stellaire

Fabrice Stellaire is a french gamer who started playing on an Amstrad CPC that ran tapes. He then got one with floppy disks and started playing on a gameboy pocket in 1998. Later, he discovered playstation and playstation 2 games, before moving to PC and 3ds. He likes most of games genres except sports and car games.Among his favourite games are Fallou ,Baldu'sgate, Final Fantasy 8, Vagrant Story or Shin Megami Tensei games.




  • Mr0303

    Giving the updated version for free to people who own the game is a really nice move from THQ Nordic. I’m happy to see such a consumer friendly move. THQ’s IPs are in good hands.