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Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning gets pre-order goods

Sep 15 // Jim Sterling    @JimSterling

Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning is still not grabbing huge amounts of attention, despite being one of 2012's most promising new IPs. Obviously, the reason for this is that it hasn't been given any pre-order incentives yet. Let's fix that!

There are three in-game content packs to be made available, although which stores they'll be obtained through is yet to be determined:

  • Destiny's Choice Pack: Twist of Fate Card (extra boost at beginning of game), Compass of Fate, three exclusive armor sets (one for each class).
  • Fate-Touched Weapons Pack: A selection of "rare" weapons, designated as "fate-touched": Longbow, Hammer, Staff, Faeblades, Daggers, Scepters, Chakrams, Longsword, Greatsword.
  • Ultimate Treasure Hunter Pack: Dowsing Rod, for the finding of potion ingredients. 

Kingdoms of Amalur looks pretty great, in my opinion, and I'm looking forward to Electronic Arts showing off a bit more before release. I have a good feeling that it'll be a surprise for a fair few gamers.

Kingdoms of Amalur pre-order treats [Eurogamer]


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