TopWare Interactive announced that it plans to further expand on its open world RPG Two Worlds II with new DLC and an engine update. In addition to these plans, the company announced that developer Reality Pump has begun production of a sequel, currently titled Two Worlds III and given a tentative release of 2019.
Two single-player DLC will be available for Two Worlds II: Call of the Tenebrae and Shattered Embrace, the former of which is set for an early summer release in 2016. In Call of the Tenebrae, players return to the world of Antaloor to witness the murder of DarPha at the hands of rat-creatures known as The Chosen. The player must take arms against them to stop their genocidal plot. To go along with the single-player DLC, eight new cooperative multiplayer maps are planned for release as well.
Originally released in 2011 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC, Two Worlds II's new updates will only be available on PC, Linux, and Steam OS. Those interested in learning about the title can read RPGamer's review for the game here.