Last year, THQ Nordic released Titan Quest: Anniversary Edition on PC to celebrate the game’s ten year anniversary. This version of the game came with multiple gameplay improvements, functioning multiplayer, and both the base game and its first expansion Immortal Throne. Today, the publisher announced that it will also be bringing Titan Quest: Anniversary Edition to PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch next year.
While the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game have a firm March 20, 2018 release, THQ Nordic says the Nintendo Switch version of the game will release “when it’s ready.” The console version of the game will be available in both a Standard and Collector’s Edition. Titan Question Anniversary Edition’s Standard Edition will contain the base game and the Immortal Throne expansion, and cost $29.99.
Meanwhile, the Collector’s Edition (pictured above) will cost players $119.99. That being said, it will contain the base game, the Immortal Throne expansion, a 9-inch replica Greek War helmet, a notepad, and will come in a “premium box.” A bundle containing the PC version will also be available for $109.99. The console version of the game will feature improved graphics and (of course) controller support.
Titan Quest: Anniversary Edition is currently available on PC, and will be releasing on PS4 and Xbox One on March 20, with a Nintendo Switch version following “when it’s ready.”