SouthPeak Games, today announced that the long-awaited action-RPG, Two Worlds II, is available at retail stores across North America.
Developed by Reality Pump, the game utilizes the brand new GRACE engine, offering a huge world of breathtaking landscapes, powerful enemies and incredible adventure. Designed to appeal to both action-oriented gamers and those looking for an in-depth RPG experience, Two Worlds II features benchmark game-play mechanics. These include flowing, visceral combat, unmatched spell-creation and alchemy systems, full armament upgrades using raw materials from looted items and a fully customizable character skill/class system.
"There aren’t many RPGs of this size and quality available, so it’s great that we can offer gamers something that fills an underserved gap in the market," said Richard Iggo, Vice President of Marketing at SouthPeak Games. "Two Worlds II has eliminated the issues of the first game and has built upon its strengths to deliver a leading game in the genre. No other RPG can compare to the feature sets that this game has to offer; where else can you find a fully customizable spell creation system offering millions of possible combinations? Players can dive into this massive world and play exactly the way that they want to, which is something that every RPG fan dreams of."
On top of the immersive single-player experience, Two Worlds II includes significant multiplayer components featuring a storyline taking place between the events of Two Worlds I and II. Players can embark on a full-scale online cooperative campaign with up to 7 others, utilizing all of the fantastic game mechanics of single player. On top of the co-op campaign, characters can fight for glory in ranked 1-on-1 and team PvP matches, as well as participate in unique Crystal Capture treasure hunts or look after their own piece of Antaloor in the RTS-inspired Village Mode.
Two Worlds II is now available for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system at all major game retailers across North America for a suggested retail price of $59.99. The Windows PC version will follow on February 8th with a suggested retail price of $49.99. Two Worlds II’s Royal Edition will be available on February 4th exclusively at Gamestop. Two Worlds II is rated M for Mature by the ESRB.