Gothic 3 gets Forsaken Gods expansion

To bridge gap to fourth game.

JoWooD plans to release a Gothic 3 expansion in Q4 this year.

Dubbed Forsaken Gods, it promises to answer all sorts of outstanding questions and act as a "seamless step" to Gothic 4.

The publisher also insisted that it will be watching the forums closely to try and incorporate your ideas, so put on your robe and wizard hat and get thinking.

Otherwise there was little information on what will be in the expansion, but expect more quests and swords and ears and wands and magic sweets.

We really rather liked Gothic 3 when it came out in October 2006, landing it with a well-deserved 8/10.

Pop over to our Gothic 3 review to find out more.

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