Two Worlds II: Shattered Embrace Officially Unveiled

TopWare Interactive and Reality Pump Studios have announced Shattered Embrace, the final planned single-player expansion for action RPG Two Worlds II. The DLC picks up immediately after the events of 2017’s Call of the Tenebrae as the long-lost Elven race resurfaces on a remote island. Players will get to explore the Elves’ new tropical island and their capital of Shadinar. Shattered Embrace will be available for PC as DLC for Two Worlds II, as well as in a standalone version. It is also included as part of the Two Worlds II Season Pass and the retail edition Two Worlds II + Season Pass bundle.

Two Worlds II was originally released in 2011 for PC, Mac, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. A revival of the game for PC and Mac was revealed in March 2016, which received the Call of the Tenebrae and Echoes of the Dark Past expansions. TopWare Interactive and developer Reality Pump are also working on a third Two Worlds game, with more details on that to be revealed at a later date.



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