[Steam] Titan Quest Anniversary Edition - £4.49 Steam / £3.89 GoG.com [Free upgrade if you own Titan Quest]

[Steam] Titan Quest Anniversary Edition - £4.49 Steam / £3.89 GoG.com [Free upgrade if you own Titan Quest]

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Found 31st Aug 2016Made hot 31st Aug 2016
This is pretty cool of Nordic Games (Now THQ Nordic)...

**Just to note - it was in the THQ Humble Bundle back in 2012**

Children, Women, Men, Gods, Monsters and Titans – Heads up – We Have Something for Free!

For all of you lovely individuals in possession of the Steam version of a Titan Quest title – we have a special treat for you! (Hint: Look at your Steam Library!)

Of course, if you want to ruin the surprise you can also keep reading…

Vienna (Austria), August 31st: THQ Nordic releases a surprise title on Steam called Titan Quest Anniversary Edition for the game’s 10-year-anniversary and gifts the game to everyone calling either Titan Quest, Titan Quest: Immortal Throne or Titan Quest Gold their own on Steam. So, in numbers, more than 1 million people will automatically find the game in their library starting today.

Titan Quest Anniversary Edition contains both Titan Quest and Titan Quest: Immortal Throne which have been completely reworked in terms of multiplayer, stability, performance, balancing, AI and much more. In rough numbers, this translates to roughly 1.261 changes to the original version 10 years ago.

For the detailed changelog, refer to this link: titanquestgame.com/pcc…txt

“What about the rest of us?”

“But what about those who do not have the game yet (because they were too young when it came it or had a really bad taste in games etc.) – don’t we get something for free?” we hear you scream.

No we did not forget about you. YOU very special people have the golden opportunity to get the game ALMOST for free! Beginning today, THQ Nordic offers 75% off the Titan Quest Anniversary Edition for one week. This means USD/EUR 4.99 for the whole lot (regular price after the first week: USD/EUR 19.99).

One Question: “Why?”

Before someone comes around asking why we give our games out for free (or almost for free if you want), here’s a quick explanation: After our name change from “Nordic Games” to “THQ Nordic”, we wanted a running start for our new identity and had to think about how to begin the new era with the most positive connotation possible (for a publisher).

So, many months ago, we had a conversation in our marketing department which went something like this:

“Guys, what can we do to make people like us and stay with our brands?”

“Easy, we just have to be grateful. Remember, without them, we would be nothing.”

“And how should we show gratitude?”

“Free stuff… I guess. Everyone likes free stuff.”

“Well then, give them free stuff, for f***’s sake”

So, that’s basically where we are now.

Well… we hope that you are satisfied with our way to say THANK YOU and wish you a great time showing ‘em titans who the boss is.

Yours truly,
THQ Nordic


Original Poster Editor

£3.89 - GoG.com (I know DRM free is a preference for many)

4,50 for an ancient game? No thanks

Original Poster Editor


4,50 for an ancient game? No thanks

It was released the same year as Bioshock, Mass Effect, Portal and Uncharted. Depends on your definition of 'ancient' I guess.

Awesome game!

Best arpg about. The great thing about it was the class combos...I think there were something like 64 different classes in all. Also the predecessor to Grim Dawn if you like that one.


4,50 for an ancient game? No thanks

Not quite, read the part about updating the game.

Just seen this on my steam game list, nice, this, Bioshock, Elder Scroll, please keep giving me free updated games Mr Game industry.


Loved this game back in the day, will definitely be revisiting, nice one, would never have looked otherwise


£3.89 - GoG.com (I know DRM free is a preference for many)

Apparently the GOG and Steam servers are separate, which is unfortunate. Multiplayer with friends needs you to all buy on one platform. If friends have it for free on Steam then probably everyone has to buy on steam.


4,50 for an ancient game? No thanks

Over 500 hours in the original myself - not bad value for money at all

Will it be compatible with Lillith? that mod was massive
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