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Two Worlds II HD - Call of the Tenebrae
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Two Worlds II HD - Call of the Tenebrae

Two Worlds II HD - Call of the Tenebrae

Action, Adventure, Indie, RPG
Revisit the magical lands of Antaloor for another chapter in the Two Worlds saga! A new evil threatens the lands and a shocking secret will change Antaloor forever. Team up with allies old and new and battle a new race of evil. The fate of the land hangs in the balance in an all new RPG adventure!
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Revisit the magical lands of Antaloor for another chapter in the Two Worlds saga! A new evil threatens the lands and a shocking secret will change Antaloor forever. Team up with allies old and new and battle a new race of evil. The fate of the land hangs in the balance in an all new RPG adventure!
buy 17.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date13 июля 2017 г.
DevelopersReality Pump Studios
PublishersTopWare Interactive ACE
OSWindows
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REQUIREMENTS
Windows
Minimal
  • OS: Windows 7, 8, 10
  • Processor: Dual Core
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Shader 3.0
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 20 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
Recommended
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Quad Core
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Shader 3.0 or better with 2GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 30 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible

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Description

THIS IS A STAND ALONE SINGLE PLAYER VERSION OF THE DLC "Call of the Tenebrae" for "Two Worlds II" (It does not require the main game and no prior experience with Two Worlds titles is needed, but it is only recommended for experienced RPG Players)

At long last, it’s time to revisit the sprawling lands of Antaloor for another thrilling chapter in the Two Worlds saga! After the high-flying adventure of TW2: Pirates of the Flying Fortress, leave the skies behind and return to Antaloor in this exciting ,

Two Worlds 2 HD: Call of the Tenebrae

!

In this new RPG adventure, the shocking murder of DarPha sets in motion a chain of events that reveals a powerful new magic and a creeping evil with sinister designs for the populace of Antaloor. Drawn into a battle between two warring leaders of a savage tribe of rat-like creatures, this horrific new enemy has managed to complete the bulk of its grotesque plan while the citizens of Antaloor have remained completely unaware. With only a few short days until their diabolical scheme is complete, the hero must act fast and defeat this new evil before the light of Antaloor is extinguished!

Team up with familiar faces and new allies alike as you unravel a genocidal plot that will destroy the harmony of Antaloor and leave its people and lands in ruins. Solve the mystery of the Elves’ disappearance and uncover powerful relics of a time passed as new revelations lead to shocking discoveries that will change the face of Antaloor forever.

Find sturdy new armor, powerful new weapons, brand-new locations and battle a fearsome new race in your quest to uncover the hidden secrets of Antaloor. Harness new crystals, upgrade your weapons and armor, brew new potions with an expanded alchemy system and battle new enemies and boss characters. New combat techniques and enemy behaviors will keep you guessing and brand new locations await you, from haunted graveyards and crypts to dank swamps and dark forests swarming with vicious enemies.

The fate of Antaloor’s people hangs in the balance and the stakes have never been higher. Uncover the nefarious plot against her citizens and discover the powerful secret that will rock Antaloor to its core. Welcome back to Two Worlds!

FEATURES:
An all new engine upgrade will display the beauty of Antaloor and its denizens like never before! See stunning new locations, highly detailed new enemies and allies and beautiful new effects!
  • Several hours of thrilling gameplay, in an all new adventure set in the Two Worlds universe, in addition to myriad side-quests and optional missions.
  • Brand new, highly stylized armor and weapons await you, regardless of your offensive focus. Choose from a wide variety of axes, maces, daggers, swords and spears, in addition to ranged weapons like magical staves, bows and arrows, rifles and crossbows.
  • A wide array of new weapon and armor enhancing crystals are scattered across the land, waiting for an intrepid explorer to discover them, granting your weapons new abilities and attributes.
  • Revamped and enhanced alchemy system with new ingredients and techniques for brewing all new tonics and potions, granting the player new options for offensive, defensive and restorative potions.
  • Explore the archipelago like never before; investigate new locations, from haunting crypts and swamps crawling with the walking dead, to sprawling villages, trading outposts and bandit camps.
  • Introducing a brand new race, a horrifying cross between rat and human called The Chosen, with motivations and aspirations known only to them. You must learn who among them is friend and who is foe before Antaloor is overrun!
  • Ferocious new bosses, each requiring fast hands and quick thinking as you discover and exploit their carefully guarded weaknesses.
  • New enemy tactics and strategies will keep you guessing, forcing you to master your attacks and keep your guard up.
  • An original, thrilling new story addition in the Two Worlds universe with friends and foes both new and old.
  • An epic soundtrack featuring an hour of all new music, plus a bevy of new sound effects and thematic music.
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Two Worlds II HD - Call of the Tenebrae31.01.2021

[h1]Tell me why! [i]~The Beach Boys[/i][/h1] OK, why? Seriously, why? [i]WHY?![/i] Why did they make this? Long story short, what we have here is just a stand-alone copy of [b]Call of the Tenebrae DLC[/b]. The original [b]Two Worlds II[/b] campaign isn't there, multiplayer isn't there either, but in-built store that allows you to use real money to buy pay-to-win crap is. [i]Of course[/i] it is. Because crappy publisher is crappy. Doesn't sound [i]that[/i] bad, though. I mean, seriously. We had stand-alone [b]DLC[/b] before, right? And yet... think about it. First of all, they ask [b]$14.99[/b] for this. It's a pretty short [b]DLC[/b] for a pretty old game. With a bloody pay-to-win store. Without multiplayer. And yet, they ask [b]$14.99[/b] for it. The original version of [b]Call of the Tenebrae DLC[/b], the one that requires the main [b]Two Worlds II[/b] game, it's only [b]$9.99[/b]. This one is [b]$14.99[/b]. What... the f*ck? The weird stuff doesn't stop there, though. Even though it wasn't the first [b]DLC[/b] for [b]Two Worlds II[/b] and it wasn't even the last, it was the only one to be released this way. And guess what? It's a pretty terrible [b]DLC[/b]. The main campaign (that will cost you [b]$19.99[/b] and comes with both multiplayer and access to the other [b]DLC[/b], including cheaper version of this one) is bigger and better than this. [b]Pirates of the Flying Fortress[/b]? [i]Way[/i] better than this. This? It's just you running from [b]A[/b] to [b]B[/b] and killing stuff. In a pretty small and empty world. Without much optional stuff to do. And yet, here we are. A stand-alone release. [i]Why?[/i] Seriously, it only makes things more complicated. Because people who didn't even start with [b]Two Worlds II[/b] yet (you did a very smart thing, guys, keep doing it) may feel seriously confused here. Do you need this expensive version? Or [b]$9.99[/b] is enough? First of all, you don't need either of them. [b]Two Worlds II[/b] is a pretty bad game and this [b]DLC[/b] is even worse (feel free to check my review of [b]$9.99[/b] version for more details). But if you're hardcore [b]RPG[/b] genre fan who just wants to play every single [b]RPG[/b] game out there, then go for [b]$9.99[/b] version. Seriously, just get yourself the complete [b]Two Worlds II[/b] bundle. By doing that, you'll get this [b]DLC[/b] way cheaper [i]and[/i] you will get access to all other [b]DLC[/b]. Because if you'll pay for this? You'll stuck with just that. An expensive version of crappy [b]DLC[/b] with no way to access the rest of [b]Two Worlds II[/b] content. Including the multiplayer. But honestly, stay away from [b]Two Worlds II[/b] completely. It's not the game you're looking for. Dixi.

Soft Eel
Soft Eel
I don't recommend
Two Worlds II HD - Call of the Tenebrae24.02.2019

This DLC is kinda too short. I guess its okay for an modern DLC, but Pirates of the Flying Fortress had set a bar there: it had more content and then there's a question of quality of that content. Call of the Tenebrae for that matter... mostly sucks? Side quests are annoying (who likes collecting myriad of different plants) and plain stupid (instead of being supposedly humorous). Main story is kind of just powering through a bunch of enemies, so if your character is weak at combat you'd probably spend a lot of time (and save/loads), but going as fire mage I had it finished in under 3 hours. And then there's awful voice acting and awful animations. Something something remember, Two Worlds I? I'm not kidding, quite a few of animations are on that level. Thumbs down here, you did way better with original game.

Painful Tick
Painful Tick
I don't recommend
Two Worlds II HD - Call of the Tenebrae14.01.2018

What happened? I loved TW2 and the first expansion. They worked fine, looked nice and offered a good experience. This standalone expansion however....... Who made it?? The first thing you realize: voice acting - it's ABYSMAL, worst I ever heard. It's kinda bad in the opening sequence, but when you reach the village.... ohh you're in for a surprise, because it kicks you out of the immersion in the game every time and you shudder and cringe. I can imagine random people from the street doing a better job with zero preparation. Engine: broken. playing in DX9 doesn't work. DX10 is a fake by MS to force people to buy vista back in the day and the performance is terrifyingly bad. It looks slightly worse than the original TW2 (non HD, lol, what a dumb marketing word) but requires about 5 times the power to run, and even then it doesn't run smoothly. Also, it uses ONLY ONE CPU CORE properly. FML

Satisfactory Egret
Satisfactory Egret
I don't recommend
Two Worlds II HD - Call of the Tenebrae22.07.2017

I LIKE TW II HD, A BIG THUMBS UP FROM ME! I have not had any problems with this game at all. Starts good, graphics are excellent, controls are fluid, in other words it's great.There are some difficulties with both characters, Knight and Woodsman when it comes to weapons and their use. You are stuck with basic weapons and alternatives see you swinging like crazy to no effect while your health quickly circles the drain. The Woodsman has virtually no armor whatsoever and has to shoot and run, mainly run. I guess this will sort as the game progresses. Most comments are to the negative for TW II HD but you need to give them a chance, most seem to be concerned about everything else but the game.

Considerable Rook
Considerable Rook
I recommend
Two Worlds II HD - Call of the Tenebrae28.12.2018

Totally is a bad game. I am at level 60 and I can't even use my weapons to attack or defend, but if I pay $1.99 I can have a warrior pack to enable me to fight! Uninstall the game and that is what I did. Not worth the purchase. Both thumbs down.

Fat Peacock
Fat Peacock
I don't recommend
Two Worlds II HD - Call of the Tenebrae05.10.2020

Awesome expansion, but very flawed. + Storyline is great. + Tons of content, dozens and dozens of quests and areas to explore. Took me 50 hours to complete everything. + Even more detailed level design than in the first expansion which had more detailed level design than base game's already. Most of the stuff have better textures too. + A whole new soundtrack which is very beautiful and epic. + Much less glitchy and more stable than DLC version of this expansion. - Half of the cutscenes do not have any sound. - Very glitchy. Two side quests were glitched and I had to use cheat codes to complete them. In one quest the item wouldn't spawn, in another the dead body which had a quest item did not spawn. Glad you can bypass these issues with the right cheat codes. - It's very long, but it's quantity over quality kind of thing. Some of the areas are clearly stretched out. There are some areas and dungeons which are huge and very samey looking the whole way, they are very repetitive and it feels. - With this expansion Microtransactions were added to the game. Game's very easy so there's no way you'd ever need to buy any. They also removed some cheat codes which were for material item spawns, because of material item microtransactions. 8/10

Fond Ptarmigan
Fond Ptarmigan
I recommend
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