Perfect World Entertainment and Echtra Games have revealed a new element coming to Torchlight III. Players will be able to customise their own fortresses when the game launches later this year.
A new class aims for the ranks in Torchlight III. The long-ranged Sharpshooter class joins the cast in the upcoming ARPG.
The Torchlight Frontiers title is gone and Torchlight III has emerged. Perfect World Entertainment and Echtra Games hope to retain the classic Torchlight feeling that brought fans into the series.
Nintendo hosted an Indie World Showcase broadcast today, during which the company highlighted a number of indie titles coming to Nintendo Switch. The video featured a number of RPGs including Eastward, Torchlight II, Dungeon Defenders: Awakened, and SkellBoy.
The Railmaster joins other previously-unveiled new classes in the upcoming Torchlight Frontiers. Players can return to the world of Torchlight when the game, currently in closed alpha testing, releases later this year.
Perfect World Entertainment is not only reviving Torchlight with new title Torchlight Frontiers, it is also finally bringing Torchlight II to console. Port-specialising developer Panic Button is creating the console version, which is planned for release this fall.
Torchlight’s hack-and-loot formula is returning next year, courtesy of a new developer. Now, the Dusk Mage hero class has joined the game’s ranks.
A new trailer has arrived to follow-up on the recent announcement of Torchlight Frontiers. Though the video is dubbed a gameplay reveal, there is a distinct lack of any UI elements.
Torchlight is set to return next year with Torchlight Frontiers. Though original developer Runic Games is no more, a familiar name is leading new studio Echtra Games.
Three years after the release of the first game, Torchlight II gives players the opportunity to loot together. Will RPGamers be able to illuminate the way forward for each other, or will the journey end in darkness?