The confirmation was actually seen in the comments to our post on Topware's alleged blacklisting of European reviewers. Marketing director James Seaman became heavily involved in the comment thread, so it was easy to miss the news, but Ripten spotted that he'd revealed the current plans for the next game.
“We try to do a better job every time, and have brought in a brand new 3D modelling, animation and CG team for the next Two Worlds game coming out in 2012,” said James.
It's worth noting that, for everything Topware stands accused of, the team at Reality Pump put genuine heart and effort into the creation of Two Worlds II and made what I feel is a great game. If you believe that Topware was guilty of anything, do consider at least supporting the developers, who I would imagine had very little to do with anything beyond developing a videogame.
In any case, you could say that we just discovered the fate of Two Worlds! Har har har!
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