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Developer(s)    Iron Lore Entertainment
Demiurge Studios[1]
(memory optimization & mod tools)
Publisher(s)    THQ / Nordic Games
Designer(s)    Brian Sullivan
Composer(s)    Scott Morton & Michael Verrette
Engine    PathEngine (pathfinding)
Platform(s)    Microsoft Windows, iOS
Release date(s)    
NA June 26, 2006 (titan quest), 2013 (gold edition)
Genre(s)    Action role-playing (hack and slash)
Mode(s)    Single-player, multiplayer

 

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Titan Quest is an action role playing hack and slash video game developed by Iron Lore Entertainment. It was released worldwide by THQ on June 26, 2006.[2] The game was released on Steam, along with the expansion Titan Quest: Immortal Throne, on July 17, 2007.The game is also available via Impulse, GamersGate, GameTap, Direct2Drive and OnLive.

A Limited Edition version was also released at roughly the same time as the original and featuring a premium Steelbook tin case. A Deluxe Edition was released containing the original game with all the patches included. Finally a Gold Edition was later published in 2007, containing copies of both Titan Quest and its expansion pack.

In 2013, the IP for Titan Quest, along with most of THQ's other games, was purchased by Nordic Games, who have resumed supporting the Steam version with patches in 2016.[4]

Players take on the role of a hero, fighting monsters in three ancient, classical world settings including Ancient Greece, Ancient Egypt and the Silk Road/Asia. The game was conceived by Age of Empires co-creator Brian Sullivan and uses ragdoll physics, full lighting effects, day-night cycles and 3D graphics. There are also a world editor and other modding tools for players to create custom worlds, mods, and quests.

Titan Quest's multiplayer feature allows 2-6 players to play on the same server. To connect to a server, one can create a server on a LAN, or the Internet. The Internet option announces the server to a centralized pairing system (initially run by Gamespy until it closed down, now by Nordic) which then displays the available servers to other players in a browser-type window. Players can then connect as long as the server and client's game versions are the same.

Synopsis
Titan Quest begins with a narration, detailing how the Titans once ruled the primordial darkness before the light of the Olympian Gods appeared: after a great war, the Titans were exiled and imprisoned, and the Olympians ushered in a golden age for the mortal world. An unknown time later, a trio of lesser Titans known as Telkines break the communication conduit linking Olympus with the mortal world, and summon armies of monsters to terrorize the world and prepare for the release of the Titans. The player character begins their quest at the village of Helos, where beasts are destroying the local crops. Fighting their way through Greece, they learn of the Telkines from a group called the Order of Prometheus. After defeating the first Telkine beneath the palace of Knossos, the player then travels to Egypt and attempts to restore the connection between Earth and Olympus. The ritual fails, and they must defeat a second Telkine. The player then pursues the final Telkine along the Silk Road to China. Pursuing the Telkine to the Wusou Mountains, the player is too late to prevent the release of the Titan Typhon, who travels to Olympus to destroy the gods. After defeating Typhon, Zeus speaks to the player, telling them that they, a human champion, have proved humanity can live without the protection of Olympus.

Immortal Throne

THQ released Titan Quest: Immortal Throne as an expansion pack in March 2007. It features the continuation of the story. Zeus sends the character to the underworld, where he must stop Hades, the Greek god of the dead, from taking over the world of the living.

 
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