TopWare has officially unveiled the Xbox 360 version of Two Worlds II and plans a simultaneous release with the PC game in spring 2010.

Developer Reality Pump made the original Two Worlds for the same platforms in 2007. There's no word on a PS3 version, which suggests the developer is sticking to familiar territory.

Two Worlds II was announced in July and we're promised a new engine and new gameplay mechanics, although TopWare and Reality Pump have stopped short of colouring those details in.

The Two Worlds II gamepage below knows all we do about the sequel so far, and you can check out our review of the first game elsewhere on Eurogamer.

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