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After Nine Years, Two Worlds II Gets Final Single-Player Expansion Next Month

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Topware Interactive will deliver the final piece of single-player DLC for its 2010 RPG Two Worlds II early next month.

Titled ‘Shattered Embrace’, the DLC follows on immediately from the story in the previous expansion, 2017’s ‘Call of the Tenebrae’, and centres on the re-emergence of the Elves on a remote island.

Players will explore a vast new environment while contending with a sinister new threat. The DLC will also include a plethora of sidequests and other miscellaneous activities for players to partake in.

‘Shattered Embrace’ will launch on December 6, 2019 on PC. However, this new DLC will not be available to those who own the game on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

Curiously, despite new content being produced and receiving a total engine overhaul in 2016, Two Worlds II has never been released on either the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. However, developer Reality Pump is working on a third entry in the series.

Originally announced in 2016 for a 2019 release, Two Worlds III is now not expected to arrive any earlier than 2022.

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