Two Worlds II has seen a bumpy ride when it comes to its UK release, which was previously pushed months down the line of the mainland European release. Despite being stuck with an English-voiced mainland release if I wanted to buy it here, it was strangely deemed unfit for the UK.
An 'industry source' has now told Eurogamer that GAME was the only retail store that would even get the game, and told them that "subsequent reports suggest that there was a shipment issue with the Two Worlds 2 stock, and it is uncertain if any units will make it to the UK." The store's website currently only shows the PC version, which is 'unavailable' even though it's schedules for release in three days; although a digital download version is available for pre-order.
TopWare's managing director James Seaman told Eurogamer that the game's release date would not be pushed and that "we will be doing something different - stay tuned." It looks like you may be out of luck if you live in the UK and like boxes, or prefer to play your RPGs on a console.
Two Worlds II "uncertain" for UK - source [Eurogamer]
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