Gothic Remake, Killing Floor 3, Titan Quest II: All are Coming Soon

In addition, Embracer Group has confirmed in its financial report the launch window for three other titles that have yet to be announced.


We’ve heard that Embracer Group is going to be split into three parts, but it’s going to be a while before that happens. What we have learned, however, is that Gothic Remake, Killing Floor 3, and Titan Quest II will be released in the fiscal year that began April 1, and that Kingdom Come: Deliverance II will be added to those, although we already know that it will be released sometime in 2024 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series and PC.

“The announcement of Kingdom Come: Deliverance II, an internal IP developed by Warhorse Studios, a Plaion studio based in Prague, has been received with great enthusiasm by players. It is an epic open-world medieval role-playing game set in Bohemia and will be released on PC, PlayStation and Xbox later this year. The title is expected to be one of the key releases in the PC/console segment in fiscal 2024/25.

In addition to Kingdom Come: Deliverance II, major new releases in fiscal 2024/25 include Killing Floor 3, Disney Epic Mickey: Rebrushed, Hyperlight Breaker, Gothic Remake, and Titan Quest 2, as well as at least three other major unannounced releases. In total, more than 70 game projects are currently expected to be released during the fiscal year,” the report states.

Gothic Remake was confirmed to be in development at Barcelona-based studio Alkimia Interactive in February 2020, after a teaser version was released. Killing Floor 3 was announced at last year’s Gamescom and is being developed by Tripwire Games. Titan Quest II was revealed in early August last year and will be an open-world action-RPG from Grimlore Games. All three games use the same technology (Unreal Engine 5).

We hope we won’t be disappointed with the games, but from what we’ve seen of Kingdom Come: Deliverance II, there’s no reason to complain…

Source: WCCFTech

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