It’ll be some time before we see anything of substance, though, as it’s currently in the concept stage and scheduled for three years of development, so we won’t be seeing a release until 2019.
In the meantime, though, they will be keeping up support of Two Worlds 2. Even though the game came out five years ago, Reality Pump are giving the game a major engine update and some story DLC.
People still interested in Two Worlds 2 will find themselves treated to two story expansions, Call of the Tenebrae and Shattered Embrace, alongside eight multiplayer maps.
The first piece of DLC, Call of Tenebrae, will be released in Q2 2016. The expansion will focus on the hero’s return to Antaloor and an invasion by the Chosen.
When discussing the engine update, Reality Pump said, “(the update) allows for a much higher level of character and landscape detail, an HD-GUI, in addition to tons of in-game achievements, co-op multiplayer, and lots of new in-game features and upgrades.”