Southpeak Interactive has announced the follow up to their 2007 free-roaming action-RPG Two Worlds will hit the UK on 17th Sept.
The PS3, Xbox 360 and PC release will come three days after a 14th September release for North and South American players, according to the announcement.
Two Worlds II was previously pushed back to a planned Spring 2010 release after being originally announced for winter 2009. Developer TopWare has given assurances that this sequel offers much more content than previously planned DLC for the first Two Worlds.
We weren't that fond of the original Two Worlds, knocking it for clunky Olde English dialogue and "dull hack-and-slash RPG combat".
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