Experience the world of Ancaria in its full glory with Sacred 2: Gold Edition. Containing Sacred 2 Fallen Angel and the awesome add-on Ice and Blood. Defeat countless dangerous enemies; capture powerful weapons and valuable treasures. Prepare yourself for the ultimate battle and become a legend.
User reviews: Mostly Positive (472 reviews)
Release Date: Dec 21, 2012

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About This Game

Experience the world of Ancaria in its full glory with Sacred 2: Gold Edition. Containing Sacred 2 Fallen Angel and the awesome add-on Ice and Blood. Defeat countless dangerous enemies; capture powerful weapons and valuable treasures. Prepare yourself for the ultimate battle and become a legend.

Sacred 2 Fallen Angel

Poised on the brink of destruction and threatened by overwhelming chaos, a mysterious energy source is spreading across the world of Ancaria. Leaving mutation and terror in its wake, this living energy has become the razors edge on which all else is balanced. The powers of Light and Shadow are destined to collide in an ill fated battle that could tear apart the fabric of life itself.

Sacred 2 Ice & Blood

Expanding the world of Ancaria, Ice & Blood features two new regions, a new playable character and tons of new items, enemy’s, weapons and missions.

Key Features

  • An immense, seamless fantasy world with gorgeous and detailed dungeons
  • The light and shadow campaign allows you do be a hero or a destroyer
  • Configure and develop one of seven characters
  • Collect thousands of weapons and pieces of armour
  • Call your carrier imp whenever you want and let him carry your treasures
  • Charge into battle on your mount
  • More than 500 Quests are waiting for you

System Requirements

    • OS:Microsoft® Windows XP (32 / 64 Bit) with Service Pack 3 / Vista (32 / 64 Bit) with Service Pack 1
    • Processor:2,4 GHz Processor
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Graphics card 256 MB RAM, DirectX® 9.0c compatible, with Pixel Shader 2.0 support (from nVidia® GeForce™ 6800 or ATI® Radeon® X800)
    • Hard Drive:20 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX compatible sound card
    Helpful customer reviews
    9 of 10 people (90%) found this review helpful
    38.3 hrs on record
    Longevity. An incredibly huge map, which would take one hours to come close to uncovering, aswell as being a free roaming game(Thus, you won't be confined to a specific route).
    An excellent variation & customisation in armour and weapons.
    More than 200 levels for each character to grind, along with skills and attributes that make each and every character Unique.
    The difficulty level can be raised to such a standard, if one dies, it means you DIE and will not be able to play the character any more.
    Very unofrgiving, Which makes surviving so incredibly sweet.

    Overall, 9/10.

    There's only one thing I don't like about this, Not being able to see more. A limited viewing range. Somewhat of a half arsed camera. Though, That's just me.

    Anyone else should give this a 10/10.
    Posted: October 18
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    5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
    9.4 hrs on record
    this is a neat game. nice open world , hack and slash. heaps of places and things to see and do. nice easy controls and easy to understand. camera positionings is its only not so great feature in reguards to being able to see infront of yourself with some distance. but other then that its truely a great game
    Posted: September 29
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    4 of 9 people (44%) found this review helpful
    24.4 hrs on record
    Great rpg adventure tons of Quest Alot fo Quests so much quests i decided just do main quests way too many quests will keep you up for Hours
    Posted: October 7
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    1 of 5 people (20%) found this review helpful
    0.3 hrs on record
    great game but multiplayer is unplayable... I WANT PLAY MP !!!
    Posted: October 24
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    3 of 11 people (27%) found this review helpful
    2.9 hrs on record
    It's much better use of both your time and money to track down a copy of Sacred 1.

    I had only heard bad things about this game and most of them are true.
    It's very boring with none of the charm the first game had. I would of loved a "lazy" reuse of the last game's engine sequel, atleast that would be better than this.
    Most of the quest are the same old "go here, kill this" quests and it controlls like it was programed for someone with 6 fingers on each hand. Switching abilities is a pain and is hard to do in combat.

    The characters are stereotypes of the ones in the first game, that were stereotypes to begin with, with a completly pointless customisation slider that just makes them all look the same. Not that it matters beacuse to be able to see more that 2m in any direction requires the screen to be fully zoomed out.

    The map looks like someone lent on the brightness way too much and forgot what "open world" means. Sacred ! was this world slowly falling in (and part of) hell, so very dark. Also it might look open but it's just a series of paths boxed in by invisible walls with little to nothing worth discovering in it.
    Basically it is "Baby's first Vanilla Fantasy Land",
    "Tired of getting lost in a open 2d world?"
    "Try our quest trail and fast travel systems to totally remove all sense of exploration or acomplishment."
    "Plus we've made the whole map boring and lifeless so you can be prepaired to know what real life is like."
    and so on.

    Compaired to the first game it's bad, as a game on it's own, it's worse.
    Spend the $20 on a better fantasy game, there's a ton of them out there for much less.
    I'm happy to of got this on sale, even then it was still a rip-off.
    Posted: October 6
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    8 of 25 people (32%) found this review helpful
    0.1 hrs on record
    Better than Diablo 3.
    Posted: October 9
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    3 of 19 people (16%) found this review helpful
    0.3 hrs on record
    Posted: September 30
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    2 of 25 people (8%) found this review helpful
    135.3 hrs on record
    Posted: October 23
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    0 of 23 people (0%) found this review helpful
    0.4 hrs on record
    Seems like a poor Diablo 2 knock-off...
    Posted: October 23
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    130 of 148 people (88%) found this review helpful
    184.7 hrs on record
    This is my favorite action role playing game! A huge map to explore with various landscapes and many hidden places. There are 7 different classes with different ways to skill. But the most addictive part for me is the hunt for massive loot... set armors, unique weapons and random roled rare items.
    But its highly recommended to install the latest Community Patch. It brings more content and is fixing some of never solved bugs by the bankrupt vendor.
    Negative points are tricky camera handling and the very instable source code. Its often crashes because of memory leak.
    Multiplayer is only possible with LAN mode. If you want to play online use VPN tools like Tunngle.

    If you like ARPG's like Diablo combined with a large open world so go for it!

    8.5 of 10 points!
    Posted: May 6
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    54 of 62 people (87%) found this review helpful
    26.6 hrs on record
    I must say this is awesome RPG..

    +Large open world
    +Interesting story
    +Lots of quests
    +Many different variations enemies
    +Large scale of different weapons
    +Nice combat mechanics
    +You can buy horse and ride it
    +Graphics are nice too

    - There is some bugs in basic game.. (I recommend download Community Patch)

    Community patch also add some extra content (weapons, quests etc..)
    Posted: July 3
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    40 of 48 people (83%) found this review helpful
    14.2 hrs on record
    Sacred 2 gold is an amazing game. If you purchase t his game, you should make sure that you search for, and download the community patch. You can also download a community addon patch, and there are some other mods out there. I'd also highly recommend taking a look at the sacred 2 characters, their skills, and possibly some guides on how to build them. You can play through with any character in this game, but if you build them wrong, you will pay for it at higher difficulty levels.

    This is a very good action RPG/Hack N Slash. It is a huge, beautiful, open ended world. The graphics are incredible if you turn the settings to maximum. The world is a living breathing world, like other reviewers have said, there are lots of small things like birds building nests, people talking to each other in towns, etc in the game that make it feel alive. If you have a Nvidia card with physx (however it is spelled), leaves will blow around and react to your spells. This happens in all environments like in dungeons.

    Ignore the warning about not being optimized for WIndows 7 PCs. IF you google Sacred 2 crashing windows PC, you'll get a guide on how to create a shortcut that has a few command line options enabled, while also changing the shortcut to run the game in windows xp SP3 compatibility mode. If you do that you should be fine. The game also frequently auto saves when you teleport or change areas, so in the even of a crash, just load the game back up and you'll be right where you left off.
    If you have played this game on a console and are wondering if its worth purchasing on the PC, the answer is yes. The expansion pack is included in this PC version, and with the community patch you can unlock Christmas island. You also get a carrier imp included with the gold package which helps store extra inventory.

    If you download Tunngle beta (Free) you can play this with your friends CO-Op.

    Endless loot, endless enemies, endless hack n slash action RPG adventure goodness. What are you waiting for!
    Posted: July 2
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    32 of 46 people (70%) found this review helpful
    5.0 hrs on record
    A good game for fans of Diablo or the original Sacred. I can't say it does a great job of drawing you into the story, but there are a lot of fun things about the gameplay nonetheless with character classes you aren't likely to find anywhere else (like a Seraphim or Anubis) and the ability to create skill combos, as well as a good variety of weapons including some unique ones like energy pistols along with the typical medieval sorts. Tons of quests, monsters, and loot will keep you occupied for hours.
    Posted: May 26
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    7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
    22.7 hrs on record
    Really good game with a huge world with hundreds of side quests and an intense main storyline. The game has so much in it that it can keep you playing for literally hundreds of hours. Also the class you get from the DLC is amazing, slightly challenging but very fun.

    Unfortinately, the game has caused many problems for many people. The game opens for some people but for alot of people, the game just does not open and it crashes instantly.
    If you buy this game, expect the game to not work, but when you look through discussions there are many methods to fix these problems which work for most people. (But not all) So just be warned.
    Posted: May 26
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    4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
    14.9 hrs on record
    Sacred 2 is an open world hack-n-slash RPG. While there are many games like that this one does it well. The game does not take itself seriously, first off. A lot of things you will come across try to wiggle a joke or a smile into it, though not to the point of it being immature... it just does a good job of letting you know its a game, if that makes sense.

    Its an open world so you can go [mostly] any place pretty much anytime. You are not bound to the regions. There is no level locking. Enemies will generally scale to you but there are indeed regions where you need to have serious gear and have a decent build to take them on.

    The other aspect of the game, which is my favorite, is its size. This game is 22 square ♥♥♥♥ing miles. Even the large area 'in the mountains' can be accessed by a kinda hidden portal. To put this in terms most gamers can understand: the world is about 5% larger then Skyrim. On top of that you don't move like a dart. This may seem daunting, but each location is PACKED with just tons of hand placed props. It creates a world that looks and feels alive. Tons of easter eggs. Tons of hidden loot caches. Tons of things to explore and see over 12 areas ... including 500 quests.

    Ya... lots of quests. Nothing very engaging, and if you take too many (which is easy) you can start to not remeber the details of the quest/ chain clearly. But I find the strong points of the game to be exploration, combat, loot, and character building. The combat is simple to learn and fairly simple to master. But somehow its just so flippin rewarding. The monsters you fight are well done and there's just so so many different kinds... I don't mean black wolf/ blue wolf. I mean detailed completely different. So that adds to the fun element of exploration. And bosses are exceptionally tough!

    On max settings with physics on high this game is PRETTY. And its amusing. And kinda addictive. But it feels laid back in a way somehow.


    Now outta the box this game is buggy. The company who made it went under, so there are no online official servers or future patch support. HOWEVER! the community of super smart loyal geek fans created a community patch that fixed crashing, memory leaks, and overall stability. It adds new weapons, armor, item sets, and even quests. It does a few more things like always make enemies scale to your level (before there was a min/ max level enemies had... now everything is your level or higher!). If you buy this game then find the community patch. Its essential.

    You can play online LAN via a program that is free and simple to use: Tungle. There's not a HUGE community that plays active 24-7 but you can host a server for your friends or join up to play with some friends you didn't know you had!

    The other downside to the game is that if you wanna play on hardest setting (eventually) your build is essential. On easier settings (where you have to start every character) its hard to mess up a build. But as you level and start on higher difficulty tiers... ya, you can get squished easy. Why this is a downside is because you cannot respec your build. All skill points, attribute points, even combat art runes you use cannot be exchanged. I did a bit of digging and was able to find a caharacter editor. So if I get screwed later I can switch around my skill points. Its that or re-do 100 hours ^_^

    The last bit is the camera and movement keys... W and S move forward and back but A and D turn you. This can't be changed to FPS-like controls. Camera is top-down but you can zoom in a bit behind your character and look around. You attack where you click/ mouse direction. Was a little different for me and hard to get used to. Also the default camera angle is crap. You may wanna use google to change some settings in an ini file.


    So despite the lack of new content for Sacred 2 its a sound game with TONS to do over 22 square miles and multiple difficulty settings. Randomly made loot... and tons of it! This is an RPG where its a lotta fun to both level up and spend time looking over gear to tweak your build. No official servers but LAN co-op is indeed fun still. But its shining achivement is the amount of detail put into every place.

    If you like huge long game worlds, loot, and action RPGs that are not too serious I would encourage you to buy this. A $20 price tag IS a bit much so wait for a sale. The game performs its best once a few tweaks (listed above) are applied.

    4.7/ 5 ...nearly perfect! I just wish there were more combat spells per each character class and a way to change item appearance.
    Posted: July 15
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    3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
    16.2 hrs on record
    This game is fun and bad ♥♥♥, but STEAM should tell people that the servers are down, what a joke. Guess they just want to make sure they get paid even if its selling games that are unsupported, Iv seen them selling alot of games lately with special edition releases with extra multiplayer maps, but the problem is YOU CANT PLAY THEM BECAUSE THE SERVERS ARE SHUT DOWN!!! If they want to sell the games they might as well host some servers for the game since we are paying for it. But all they say is OPPPS To late we already got your money!
    Posted: July 4
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    3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
    47.4 hrs on record
    I'm not exactly sure how I managed to play this for so long, but apparently I played for nearly 50 hours before burning out on it. This game is basically a single-player MMO. I did enjoy the wide range of character builds and items, and how huge the world is, but.. that's really all this game has going for it. The plot is nonexistent, the enemies lack diversity, the battles are pretty much just you spamming the same skills repeatedly, and the quests are bland to the point where you'll pretty much forget what you were doing halfway through.

    Yet.... 50 hours. And I was hoarding items for other classes for use in future playthroughs. I may yet replay this, but I've no idea why.
    Posted: July 4
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    3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
    4.1 hrs on record
    I know my current playtime SEEMS small, but the truth is I played the ♥♥♥♥ out of Sacred 2 Gold on a copy before it was released on Steam. I played through the entirety of the vanilla game, over 60 hours, and let me tell you, I loved every single minute of it.

    This is hands down the absolute BEST hack n slash rpg I've ever played. The graphics are smooth, crisp and well made, the combat is tight, the skill and combat art system is engaging and rewarding, there are literally THOUSANDS of quests to complete, monsters to slay, and loot to acquire, and there's a surprising amount of good, Larian-style humor here and there. Did I mention that the world is MASSIVE, likely TWICE the size of the original Sacred, Undeworld included?

    Oh yeah, and the fan community is one of the best I've seen. It is incredibly helpful and eager to help new players ease into the game.

    Speaking of which, let me end on a PSA. If you end up buying this, DOWNLOAD THE COMMUNITY PATCH. Not only does it fix a multitude of bugs, but it also adds a TON of new content to a game already full of it, such as new items, new quests, and new enemies to fight!
    Posted: July 10
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    4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
    0.2 hrs on record
    It's a fantastic and unique action RPG experience that really stands on its own in many ways. I feel as though if you're a fan of exploring new ideas of what makes this genre great this could be a great gateway for seeing a lot of creative and fun potential and creativity.

    The game is pleasing to the eye, extremely diverse, and in the end a rewarding experience!
    Posted: July 2
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    4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
    28.3 hrs on record
    What can I say for an old game? The graphics aren't the best but that doesn't matter at all! It's up to the point where it's amazingly fun, and I actually do find it fun! For being a game made from Deep Silver, or at least I think it was released by them in 2008, I'd still say this game is ridiculously fun. If you enjoy a top-down role play game that is like Torchlight, or the likes I'd go for it. Lots of classes to choose from with a variety of abilities for each. Not to mention they all have their own path of the story and alliance to a god. If I were you I'd give this game a quick look, research and all before you actually buy it, but if you want to try it out for yourself I'm sure it won't disappoint!
    Posted: June 19
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