Titan Quest: Atlantis

Pieces Interactive, THQ Nordic
May 9, 2019 - PC

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Critic Reviews for Titan Quest: Atlantis

For fans of the game, Atlantis is most certainly worthwhile. In playing Atlantis, I realized how far removed I had become from this ARPG franchise, and it was good to revisit. Quality new content as well as immediately-beneficial time of life upgrades to the game in general make Atlantis easy to recommend.

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A surprise expansion that's a fun romp across the Mediterranean with a wide array of new toys to play with and some subtle but useful changes to the original game. No new mastery and a handful of polish issues are a shame but it's a great reason to go back to Titan Quest.

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Atlantis cannot be deemed a real DLC. Yes, it does give us new places to explore and new mobs to kill, but the total amount of time that you spend in these new places, even taking side quests into account, is just equal to “One” quest. The story is not compelling and in the best case scenario, Atlantis is just one long quest in the world of Titan Quest. Maybe if it had better optimization, you could’ve said that the time you spent exploring it was worth it, but the crowded environment and horrendous frame drops, deprives us even of enjoyment of exploring some of these new places

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Titan Quest: Atlantis offers a new expansion for this game that extends its life a little, this time adapted to the console controller and providing a new campaign and new content. It may not be the best of expansions, but we'll enjoy it just as much as we did the original game.

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