American video game developer Echtra Games has announced a launch date for the complete version of Torchlight III. The upcoming title will be making its way to the PS4, Xbox One and PC on October 13.
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Echtra Games' latest ARPG, Torchlight III has now entered Steam's Early Access program, complete with two acts to play and a number of nifty enhancements over the predecessor. It's priced at $29.99.
Echtra Games' upcoming Torchlight Frontiers is now Torchlight III. It's more in line with the previous titles, and will be arriving on Steam later this year, with a console release arriving later.
There's a new selection of free games available to Xbox Live Gold members, with Microsoft pushing out the first wave of its August Games with Gold. Gears of War 4 and Torchlight have now gone free.
Torchlight is the free game on offer this week at the Epic Games Store. Originally released in 2009, it's a Diablo-like RPG dungeon crawler developed by Runic Games as its debut title.
Hot on the heels of its Motiga layoffs, Chinese publisher Perfect World Entertainment has shut down another company in its roster, Seattle-based Runic Games, makers of Torchlight I, II, and Hob.
Runic's latest title is an action-adventure game, similar in art style to Torchlight I and II, but with some rather interesting twists on the Zelda-like open world. Available for PS4 and PC.
The Humble Bundle team has launched Humble Indie Bundle 6, which offers a number of well known indie games for a "whatever you want to pay" cost for the next 14 days.
Runic Games has now confimed that Torchlight II, the sequel to their 2009 sleeper hit action-RPG, will finally be released on Thursday, September 20th, nearly three years after the first game came out
Runic Games has revealed some interesting stats about their upcoming action-RPG game Torchlight II, showing that it's a much bigger game than the original Torchlight.
Runic Games has accused a developer of an iOS title of stealing assets from its PC action-RPG game Torchlight. The developer of the game, Armed Heroes Online, has denied the charges.
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