Titan Quest™: Immortal Throne™ is the action-packed expansion to the 2006 RPG hit, Titan Quest. Brian Sullivan, award-winning co-creator of Age of Empires and Titan Quest, continues the epic story across the dark and more sinister Underworld of Hades.
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Release Date: Mar 5, 2007

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June 11

BETA Patch Update 12 - Final mastery pass, difficulty adjustments and modding unleashed

As a follow up to the original message we did some further updates on the multiplayer mode and the game which is currently available in the beta branch:
To access the beta please do the following:
Follow this guide http://ds.nordicgames.at/SteamBetaBranchGuide.jpg
Under Step 1 select "Titan Quest Immortal Throne"
Password for step 4 is: nordictqitbeta
The branch for Step 6 is named publicbeta

Update #12
11th June 2016
We finished the mastery balance pass with improvements to Spirit, Dream and Nature, adding a cooldown display to skills, and introducing a few difficulty adjustments to Epic and Legendary modes. Moreover modders are now able to modify files without any restrictions on what the game actually loads.

The full list of changes can be found here: http://titanquestgame.com/pcchangelog/TQ_Beta_Patch1.23_ChangelogFull.txt


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May 27

Titan Quest on iOS

With our partner dotEmu we just released Titan Quest on iOS. Check out here and grab it for a lot of fun on the go here:

We will soon also share some news about the Android version!

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About This Game

Titan Quest™: Immortal Throne™ is the action-packed expansion to the 2006 RPG hit, Titan Quest. Brian Sullivan, award-winning co-creator of Age of Empires and Titan Quest, continues the epic story across the dark and more sinister Underworld of Hades.
In this epic quest of good versus evil, players will encounter the greatest villains of Greek mythology, brave the attacks of Cerberus, and hazard the banks of the River Styx. Along with new foes, players will find new allies. Players will interpret the prophecies of the blind seer Tiresias, fight alongside Agamemnon and Achilles, and use the wiles of Odysseus to conquer this dark new adventure.
  • 10 Additional Character Levels - allows players to bring existing and new characters to new heights, along with higher level equipment and skills
  • 8 New Character Classes - The expansion pack features an entirely new skill mastery, which combines with existing skill masteries to create eight new exciting character classes.
  • New Exotic Monsters and Locations - Quest through exotic locations in the Mediterranean area and ultimately descend across the river Styx into the heart of Hades. Defeat terrifying new monsters on your way to victory!
  • Artifacts & Enchanters - A new type of rare equipment that gives the player characters a powerful bonus. Plus, new non-player characters that can create artifacts from recipes.
  • More Unique Equipment - Uncover hundreds of powerful new unique items and use Caravans to store them as you quest through the Underworld of Hades.

System Requirements

    Minimum: Windows® 2000 or XP, 1.8 Ghz Intel Pentium IV or equivalent or AMD Athlon XP or equivalent , 512 MB RAM, 5 GB free hard drive space, 64 MB NVIDIA GeForce 3 or equivalent or ATI Radeon 8500 series with Pixel Shader 1.1 support or equivalent, DirectX® 9.0c compatible 16-bit sound card, Keyboard, Mouse
    Recommended: Windows XP, 3.0 Ghz Intel Pentium IV or equivalent, 1 GB RAM, 128 MB NVIDIA GeForce 6800 series or ATI Radeon X800 series or equivalent, Soundblaster X-Fi series sound card
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( 54.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 24
Awesome game!!
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( 468.5 hrs on record )
Posted: June 23
In my top 5 games.
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( 85.3 hrs on record )
Posted: June 20
This is a favorite as far as Diablo 2 clones go. Work your way through ancient Greece. Choose your class towards the start of the game then another class to mix in. There is something to fit almost any playstyle. Worth a look especially on sale.
Would recommend also getting the added vault patch to avoid loosing items later on.
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( 31.2 hrs on record )
Posted: June 20
This game is somewhat of a classic and many people seem to like it. I'm not one of those and here is why:

The combat is slow-paced and feels clunky and unresponsive for an aRPG. Every fun ability is on a cooldown and forces your character to stand still for quite a while, which makes the gameplay feel static. Consequently, kiting is a pain in this game, although required in places, and it makes the combat an unfun experience.

Because the game is so slow, character progression becomes a chore after a while and killing monsters does not feel rewarding anymore. Dying comes with an experience penalty right from the start.
The skill system in Titan Quest is pretty cool, though. You can combine any two masteries, which are basically skilltrees. This allowes for unusual combinations and allows for a certain degree of customization. Respec options are very much available.
However, leveling up takes way too long even in the beginning of the game.

The loot in Titan Quest is boring and comes with generic affixes. There are a couple of interesting items, but they are few and far between. The vast mayority of items has 0-1 affixes. The ones with two useful properties are already rare and it feels like anything speed related is very much required. The relics allow for some stat customization, but it cannot save the loot system.

Lastly, the game did not age very well in my opinion. It looks old an doesn't even run well on my (admittedly potato) machine. I had many stuttering issues and the framerate was all over the place. I didn't have trouble with the much newer and better looking Diablo 3 or Path of Exile, though.

I don't really see a reason to buy this game right now to be honest. There are much better games out there, that deserve your attention and time more. If you want a budget option in the aRPG genre, for example, pick up the free Path of Exile. It is better in almost every respect.
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( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 18
The best click-it-to-death game I've ever played.
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Majorly Disruptive
( 66.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 18
10/10 best hack and slash ever
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( 42.5 hrs on record )
Posted: June 16
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( 11.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 16
This is an amazing game.

Just an FYI, Steam has an extremely irritating bug where a recent auto-patch (not a beta) caused the buttons to fail to function, without the correct text, in the launch screen. Pressing any button would cause the game to immediately CTD. Verifying the file integrity returned a reply that all files verified. Deleting and redownloading resulted in the same button issue, with the same file verification issue. Fired up regular Titan Quest: it worked fine. Went back to Immortal Throne: still the same issue. File integrity check again came up with the same problem.

Funny thing is, when I went to give it a negative review I couldn't remember the text, so I fired it up to copy it into the review text. Now it's working, so...screw you, Valve. Game worked great as it was, but now that it's working again I'll go back into it.
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( 94.0 hrs on record )
Posted: June 15
the best of the kind!!!! this game teach u how to play a RPG!!!
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( 3.5 hrs on record )
Posted: June 10
I love ARPGs, and this one has nice gameplay and loot. However, the pace of the game is so damn tedious i had to drop the game. You have to spend too much time just walking back and forth because the devs placed waypoints huge distances apart and your character moves like a tortoise on weed, and monsters don't respawn.
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
12.8 hrs on record
Posted: May 31
Product received for free
Titan Quest is one of those hidden jewels that was released in 2006 and followed with an expansion in 2007. The game was developed by Iron Lore, a company that changed its name later to Crate Entertainment and released the popular Grim Dawn.

One of the most obvious features you will notice in the game is the Diablo-esque feeling from the beginning until the end. The game is essentially a hack and slash in a mythological world focused on the usual ‘’Defeat the great evil’’ throughout a couple of interesting locations such as Greece, Egypt, China and even Mount Olympus. The attention to details is striking and the game succeeds quite well at keeping you hooked up for hours. The game succeeds even further into showing details based on the enemies you kill which take form of the mythological creatures in every world, such as satyrs and cyclops in Greece or scorpions and alligator warriors in Egypt.

The customization menu at the menu is pretty simplistic, the options being the Character’s name, the gender and the tunic color, but where the game really shines is the skills customization in the game. Once you hit level 2, you have option to pick out of the skill trees available in game where you can choose the skills you would like to invest in. The beauty of the game is in the ability to pick a second tree at level 10 which enables you to pick a second tree and cross-breed abilities in order to make fantastic combos. I personally played a Soothsayer, a combination of Nature and Spirit focused on summoning pets and walking around with two wolves, a dryad and a lich king destroying my opponents. The customization in-game goes even further when you realize that many times you can combine runes that drop from monsters to make powerful enchants to add to your armor. To push the customization even further, the game has recipes where you can combine three specific enchanting items to make an even stronger one.

The game’s difficulty depends on the player’s choice on the skills taken which of course makes the game easier or harder but it also depends on the difficulty level or the specific area of the game which the player is experiencing. For instance, my summoner was doing well at 2-15, and it became weaker and weaker until level 20 and then started getting a bit better in terms of the survival of the pets.

The game’s massive amount of skills gives the game a ton of replayability if you can handle the hack and slash nature of the game (it is definitely not a game for everyone). The length of the game is quite big as well, I am only in chapter two after spending about 10 hours in game and there are at least a couple more chapters, which makes the game much longer than diablo 2 was. The sound of the game is amazing and manages to capture the area in the game, for instance while being in Greece you hear the usual war-like sounds and while being in Egypt there is the thematic Egyptian music which makes the game even more enjoyable.

If you are willing to put time into the steam workshop, you will also find a lot of mods for Titan quest, such as Underlord that make the game 10x as better and will offer you even more hours to spend on the game.

I did encounter a couple of tiny issues as well. For instance, every time you teleport the framerate drop considerably to 9. In the same time, my summons sometimes had a buggy pathing where they would get stuck in a specific fence and sometimes would switch from aggressive mode into passive. Some steam users also reported some issues into making the game work on the newer computers (the game is 10 years old after all).

Overall, I would say that for such an ancient game, the developers achieved an amazing job and I would definitely recommend this game to any hack and slash fan (extra points if you are a Greek mythology fan such as myself). Despise all its issues, Titan quest is an excellent game to enjoy and is worth every penny.

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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
66.6 hrs on record
Posted: June 18
10/10 best hack and slash ever
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
35.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 3
ive actually looked over this game all year because its a 2006 game i just kept on scrolling past it thinking it was an old game with horrible graphics..... Well after not being able to find a good arpg which i have really been looking for ever since diablo2 i decided to give this a shot i mean 20 bucks if i dont like it, its watever.... But i will tell you this so far this game is awesome game mechanics wise i think its better than diablo2 playing at 1080p its actually just as good as diablo3 graphical wise... Now while ur playing ull relize these are the same ppl who made grim dawn which i actually do not like at all but this is a million times better and the fact its greek mythology which i love makes it even better.... i brought up grim dawn cuz i play everything in 4k mainly i believe that in 4k titan quest is better graphical and gameplay wise than grim dawn.... it actually seems like this company took a giant leap backwards with grim dawn compared to titan quest its just that good.... Arpgs have been suckin ♥♥♥ ever since diablo 2 if ur looking for that itch to be scrathed this is ur game..... One flaw u have to hold a button to pick up items which can be a pain in the ♥♥♥ if u dont rebind the keys for it to be comfortable thats all i can think of thats not good and its not that bad like i said if u rebind ur keys so everything works good and comfortable
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
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157 of 161 people (98%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
1,060.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 14, 2014
In my humble opinion, this is the greatest ARPG ever created, enhanced by the fantastic mod support that the community has used to the fullest. The class system is amazing, allowing you to combine two out of nine mastery trees to make your own unique class with an incredible amount of customization. You have the fully offensive, close-quarter mastery Warfare, which revolves around duel weidling weapons and becoming a whirlwind of AoE and single target damage, at the cost of defence. Ranged masteries like Hunting which allows you to deal huge amounts of damage from a distance, and debuff your enemies defences. Magic masteries such as Spirit, which allows you to drain the life from your enemies! And 6 other unique and exiting masteries.

The world is vibrant and beautiful, starting in Greece, them moving to Egypt, then China, and with the DLC, even into the domain of Hades himself! The quests while perhaps a little generic, are very fun and easy to follow, and often give satisfying rewards along with a nice chunk of EXP and Gold! Not to mention the amazing loot you will find along your journey.

All in all it is a wonderful game, one of my all time favourites, I highly reccomend checking it out. And if you enjoy it, keep an eye on Grim Dawn, a game being developed by many of the same people that made Titan Quest, it promises to be an equaly enchanting ARPG set in the Victorian times!
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127 of 138 people (92%) found this review helpful
79.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 10, 2013
Hours of fun gameplay, especially with friends. For a 2007 game, the graphics are impressive. Still enjoyable. A huge variety of skills and passive skills to build your character. If you ever played games like Diablo, Torchlight, you might want to try this game out.
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103 of 114 people (90%) found this review helpful
21 people found this review funny
1,920.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 29, 2015
No matter how long I stay away I always come back.
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89 of 95 people (94%) found this review helpful
118.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 30, 2013
Titan Quest, and its worthy expansion Immortal Throne is, imo, part of the holy trinity in ARPG's along side Diablo and Dungeon Siege. Titan Quests theme is unique, and the gameplay is so faithful to the principles that made diablo so great.
There is a massive, diverse world covered in several acts. In combination with tons of loot in the suspected qualities to keep the flow of the game intact. On top of that, the game also follows the model of increased difficulty (normal, epic, legendary), remeniscent of Diablo's normal, nightmare and hell. Each difficulty features harder monsters and better loot.

If at one point, you would get tired of the original campaign, you can try some of the fantastic mods available, especially Lilith: Battle for Jalavin (a totally newly created world which will take you up to 20 hours to complete). This mod in combination with other well known TQ mods such as Masteries mod (skill overhaul mod), gives more than enough incentive to go through the whole experience all over again with a fresh new slate.

All in all, if you are a fan of ARPG's it is a genuine crime not to have this masterpiece. The majority of the now-closed TQ studio (Iron Lore) are in the process of making a spiritual succesor named Grim Dawn (by Crate Entertainement). Given their history with TQ, this is a title to keep in mind as well and currently available through early acces on steam.

Closing advice: go spend money on this, preferably as soon as possible, you will not regret it.
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238 of 309 people (77%) found this review helpful
285 people found this review funny
1,867.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 27, 2015
Чет не затягивает
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75 of 78 people (96%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
18.7 hrs on record
Posted: September 20, 2015
For me this was a game that managed to carry on the torch after Diablo 2. It has the same well known structure through acts, a great leveling and skill system, and loot a-plenty. Even now in 2015 the game still plays well and feels smooth and fun to play. It has indeed aged well, and the graphics still does the job satisfactory today, as the aestethics makes the world a bautiful one to spend your hours in.

You should pick up this game if you like games like Diablo, Torchlight, Path of Exile, Sacred, Dungeon Siege and I would even say Borderlands.

The multiplayer community seems to thriving even after all these years, so you shouldn't have too hard a time to find comrades there if that is your playstyle.

For my taste this is one of the best rpg games I've ever played.
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