It may have been ten years since the game originally released on the PC, but action RPG Titan Quest is finally going to see a release on modern consoles next year, publisher THQ Nordic has announced.

This brand new, fully remastered version will package in both the game and its Immortal Throne expansion and will feature most of the features of its PC version, including 2-6 player online co-operative play. It'll come in both a standard and a Collector's Edition which will come bundled with a notepad and a 23cm replica helmet packed in a fancy 'Premium Box' as you can see in the image above. 

THQ Nordic has done an excellent job in keeping the game relevant since it took the rights from the original THQ when that company went bust, updating the game on PC in an Anniversary Edition (which of course, this version will be based upon) and even going so far as to release a brand new expansion entitled Ragnarok on Steam earlier this year, though sadly this will not be a part of this package.

Titan Quest is set to release on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on March 20 2018, with a Nintendo Switch version in development to be released 'when it's done'.

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