Torchlight 3 launches Oct. 13 on PlayStation 4, Windows PC by way of Steam, and Xbox One, Echtra Games introduced on Tuesday. A model for Nintendo Switch will comply with later in 2020.
The announcement caps a two-year interval by which the sequel to 2012’s Torchlight 2 started as Torchlight Frontiers, with ambitions of a free-to-play massively multiplayer on-line sport set in a “shared, persistent [and] dynamically generated world.”
But originally of 2020, Max Schaefer, a co-founder of the Torchlight franchise and the chief government of Echtra Games, stated “we discovered Torchlight Frontiers was meant to be a real successor to Torchlight I & II.”
Schaefer, one of many growth leads for Diablo 2, based Echtra Games in 2016. Echtra took over growth of the Torchlight collection following the 2017 closure of authentic studio Runic Games. Echtra, like Runic, is owned by Perfect World Entertainment.
Torchlight 3 is $39.99. Those who’ve the Steam Early Access model will routinely get the complete model on PC free.