- new land,
- six-hour campaign plus many optional side missions,
- new items and previously unknown enemies,
- Procedurally generated Chaos Dungeons,
- increasing the maximum level of experience to the 50th,
- new Chaos mechanics with its own development tree.
The remaster Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, released last year, apparently turned out to be a financial success, as has just been announced a new addition to this production entitled Fatesworn. This is a rare case of an expansion that was exclusively developed for the remastered version of the game.
On Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning ?? Fatesworn we will not have to wait long, because the premiere will take place on December 14 this year. The DLC will be available on PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Owners of Xbox Series S / X and PlayStation 5 will also be able to play them thanks to backward compatibility. It will go on sale at the same time Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning Fate Edition, that is a set containing the basic version of the remaster and the aforementioned add-on.
Fatesworn will offer a new fictional campaign revolving around the awakening of the Chaos God Telogrus. He is beginning to gather followers rapidly and will plunge the entire world into turmoil if we do not stop him.
In addition, we will go to a new land ?? frosty Mitros. The main plot is to provide about six hours of fun. There will also be a lot of optional side missions. The gameplay will be enriched by the Chaos mechanic’s tower with a unique development tree. There will also be new enemies, weapons, armor and other accessories, as well as fate cards.
Fatesworn will raise the maximum level of development to 50. An additional attraction will be twenty-five Chaos Realm dungeons, scattered both around the new land and the world from the base. Their layout and challenges will be generated procedurally, so with each approach, new adventures await us.
A mysterious merchant will also appear in the game world, selling boxes from which you can draw equipment. There will also be additional musical works by Grant Kirkhope, i.e. the composer of the basic version of the soundtrack. Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning.
- Official website of the game