Kingdoms of amalur re reckoning release leaked
THQ Nordiq revealed today that the remake of Amaru Kingdom: Liquidation, known as Amaru Kingdom: Re-liquidation, is indeed a reality after an accidental mistake in the Microsoft Store last month, because you saw it earlier than planned. list above. The publisher also hinted at this in early June.
At the same time, THQ Nordiq announced that the game will be released on September 8, 2020 for PC (Microsoft Store and Steam), PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Although the Microsoft Store listing initially marked August as a possible release window, release time was postponed several weeks until early September. A brand now appears on the new Steam listing alongside the official Amaru Kingdom: Recalculation website.
THQ Nordiq promises to remake all the bells and whistles you expect, including improved visual effects, native 4K support, improved gameplay, all DLCs in the original version, and even new content. THQ Nordiq plans to release a post-release expansion pack called Fatesworn sometime in 2021.
THQ Nordiq described the following:
"The popular RPG is back! From best-selling author RA Salvatore, Spawn creator Todd McFarlane and Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion chief designer Ken Rolston arrives in the Kingdom of Amaru: Recalculation. Remake With stunning visual effects and exquisite gameplay, ReReckoning provides fierce customizable RPG battles in the ever-expanding game world.
Explore the secrets of Amaru, from the vibrant city of Russell to the vast The dungeon of the Lentas area and the sinister Robber Hall cave. Save the world torn by fierce war, and be the first warrior to rise from the clutches of death to control the key to immortality. Two versions will be available when
is released. The standard version is priced at 34.99 pounds / 39.99 euros / 39.99 US dollars, and the Destiny version is priced at 47.99 pounds / 54.99 euros / 54.99 US dollars, including the battle of destiny expansion in the season pass type discount. Finally, we have the Collector's Edition, which is priced at £99.00/€109.99 (the price in the US is unclear), including the set itself, an 8-inch Alyn Shir doll, an Amalur keychain, original artwork for the game, and soundtracks. In the collector's box. All three versions are available for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
THQ Nordiq released a new trailer. Sadly, this is a movie event and we have yet to see the Kingdom of Amaru: Recalculating Game Inaction. There is also a collector's version of the trailer.