Titan Quest Anniversary Edition is free if you own the original

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THQ Nordic (formerly Nordic Games GmbH) did something swell today — it released Titan Quest Anniversary Edition, and folks who own either the original game, its Immortal Throne expansion, or Titan Quest Gold received a free copy of the enhanced mythological action-RPG.

You can see the full patch notes right here — they’re huge! — but these are some of the more pertinent details, per THQ Nordic:

  • Restored and improved multiplayer functionality, including new features like a built-in voice chat and NAT resolving for best multiplayer connectivity
  • Support for more resolutions, larger camera distance and scaleable UI size
  • Improved performance and general stability
  • Support for modders through new modding options and a fully integrated Steam Workshop
  • Complete balance rework with improvements to all Masteries, damage types, unique items and sets
  • Countless bug fixes and other improvements, including ten years’ worth of community fixes
  • Increased challenges and rewards for larger parties and on higher difficulty levels
  • Dozens of new heroes and bosses to encounter
  • Improved enemy and pet AI
  • Quality of life features like higher stack limits, quick item pickup, a larger stash and a speed setting
  • Reduced cheating with curbed exploits, removal of test items and mod comparison in multiplayer
  • Steam Friend Invites
  • Steam Achievements
  • Steam Trading Cards

New players can pick up Anniversary Edition on Steam or GOG.com for $4.99, which is 75 percent off the normal price. I never got too deep into this one (I think I only ever played a demo? It’s been so long!), but I know people have a soft spot for it. It’s extra nice that the expansion is bundled in now.

Jordan Devore
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