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  • Summary: At long last, Titan Quest continues its epic journey through the world of antiquity. A mysterious threat calls the heroes of Hades to the uncharted lands of northern Europe, where new enemies await and new powers and treasures are waiting to be found. This new expansion to the acclaimedAt long last, Titan Quest continues its epic journey through the world of antiquity. A mysterious threat calls the heroes of Hades to the uncharted lands of northern Europe, where new enemies await and new powers and treasures are waiting to be found. This new expansion to the acclaimed Anniversary Edition of Titan Quest adds a fifth act of unprecedented scope, along with many new and requested features including new weapon types and a 10th Mastery for your characters to learn. Expand

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  1. Positive: 5 out of 11
  2. Negative: 0 out of 11
  1. Feb 12, 2018
    80
    This surprise expansion for Titan Quest takes you on a journey to the frigid north after exhausting all the sun-soaked options before getting you hooked on loot all over again. The slower pacing and combat might not be for everyone but for those that love the original or action-RPGs from that era there is a lot to like.
  2. Jan 21, 2018
    80
    Fjords are going down to a very special dusk. In ten years it's time to call a mythic-monster hunter specialist. He will make his job done in this mammoth add-on with great visuals more than satisfactory the addon is a must-have for every fan of the original (and the ARPG in general).
  3. Nov 28, 2017
    79
    Well done addon for a classic still worth playing, but in places it's unnecessarily tough and monotonous.
  4. Nov 29, 2017
    70
    A true pleasure to return to Titan Quest 11 years later. A good surprise from THQ Nordic in 2017. This game is a true nostalgic breath of fresh air for many PC players. Is it a sign for a come back of the license, perhaps with a Titan Quest 2? In all cases, this DLC is a great job with very interesting new specialisation and a fascinating lore.
  5. Jan 23, 2018
    70
    Appearing out of nowhere, more than a decade after the original game's release, Titan Quest: Ragnarok is a welcome and nostalgic treat for fans of the action-RPG franchise who longed for more. But despite the glowing nostalgia and overall thrill of being back in this world, this expansion has its flaws with unnecessarily boring bits and a dated presentation.
  6. Dec 17, 2017
    70
    Titan Quest Ragnarök offers more of what makes the main game so engaging - a new Mastery opening up new customization possibilities, new gear, new enemies, new areas to explore and new challenges. With the new content being meant for high level characters, and the lack of any real new gameplay mechanics, it's clear how the expansion is geared toward the most die-hard fans of Titan Quest. Those who aren't particularly fond of action role-playing games from over 10 years ago will definitely not change their opinion with Titan Quest Ragnarök, making it an essential purchase only for those who love the game created by Iron Lore.
  7. Dec 23, 2017
    60
    One somewhat interesting specialization, +10 levels to upgrade your character, awful redesign of the main menu and crappy Act V — no one expected this expansion, but it fails to deliver anyway. Still, the new character class is a worthy addition.

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  1. May 26, 2021
    7
    The expansion pack is quite an event after so many years, especially since fans of Titan Quest (just like any other game) will have highThe expansion pack is quite an event after so many years, especially since fans of Titan Quest (just like any other game) will have high expectations. I appreciate this add-on from the perspective of both the multiple passes of the base with Immortal Throne in the pre-Steam era, as well as playing the Anniversary version on Steam.
    How does it go? Good, but unevenly. As it is easy to get lost in complicated statements, I will write it broken down into pros and cons:

    PROS
    1. A new Mastery that is interesting and non-linear. It strongly resembles the "revolutionary" approach of adding the Immortal Throne Dream Championship. Runes not only relate well to the plot of the add-on, but are also ideal for combining with what they can be combined with, what synergies will be created, etc.
    2. Soundtrack. Starting from the main menu, we are accompanied by great music. The best of all acts, in my opinion.
    3. A throwing weapon that is ideal not only for Rogue but also for other, less subtle classes.
    4. Improvements to some elements of the game mechanics. Automatic merging of relic fragments when sorting in a backpack or a separate tab for them and artifacts at the cavalryman.
    5. Locations. Although some of them seem not very original, in the case of Ragnarok it was possible to create more "real" settlements. The places we visit look more natural, although it sometimes means a bit of a jumbled road system.

    CONS
    1. Quests. This one is very serious and has two faces. On the one hand, we constantly come across buggy tasks. Once, the option to talk to the character will not appear, other times an item will not fall out of the quest, it happens that one quest "eats" an item from another. Overall poor, and I've been writing this a long time since the expansion pack came out, and I'm still encountering the same issues. The other side of the coin is the construction of side quests - in some cases only outside help will allow you to complete such a quest. There is an item related to the task that we do not have, and the very description of the task that appears does not say anything about the way of its finalization. Other times, we have to absolutely guess what the author meant, because the items seem (and are) related in a non-intuitive way.
    2. Performance problems. Sometimes the game has had unjustified strong drops in FPS since the beginning of Act 5.
    3. The plot. While it's not such an important hack'n'slash element as TQ was, it's better that the whole of our beating monsters makes sense. Here, practically the trailer spoils the "plot twist".

    Still, the DLC is very good. You have to get over or skip bizarre quests. Sometimes a reboot will be needed due to a bug, but there are still more pluses. If there was an option other than "recommend" not "recommend" it would be much easier to rate games or add-ons like this one.
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  2. Feb 28, 2021
    7
    В целом годное дополнение. Вернулся в игру только чтобы пройти его и не пожалел.
  3. Apr 12, 2022
    7
    I think everyone understands that in this game dlc is the worst thing the developers could come up with. Mediocre dlc. Many empty locationsI think everyone understands that in this game dlc is the worst thing the developers could come up with. Mediocre dlc. Many empty locations that are not interesting to clean up. Expand
  4. Jan 1, 2020
    7
    Неплохое сюжетное дополнение в виде пятого акта и нового играбельного класса, к сожалению запоминающихся моментов мало.Неплохое сюжетное дополнение в виде пятого акта и нового играбельного класса, к сожалению запоминающихся моментов мало.
  5. Sep 19, 2018
    6
    I was disappointed by this expansion. One can create a fresh, level 40 character for it but be careful about distributing the skill points. II was disappointed by this expansion. One can create a fresh, level 40 character for it but be careful about distributing the skill points. I had to restart because my character was unable to pick up the most basic leveled bows due to lack of strength. The story and the map was okay and finished on level 47 after 20 hours on easy. I'd have expected more progression. The loot drops were mediocre; over the course of the expansion, I could replace my bow 2 times with a more powerful one. I'm a big hoarder so sold everything dropped, which made me a multi-millionaire but the vendors had nothing of use for me. Also there were a lot of trinket drops (the ones you have to combine 3-5 of) but never got to enchant my equipment. The enemies did scale beyond me and it took more and more time to defeat them (partially due to all those outdated equipment). Expand

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