Kingdoms Of Amalur: Re-Reckoning released a year ago today, it was a remaster of the original 2012 title and is available on the PC, Playstation 4, XBox One, and Nintendo Switch
When it was first released the teams over at Kaiko and THQ also said that it would be getting some dlc, this was to be named as Fatesworn.
Up until now the only information that we have received regarding Fatesworn is an official announcement. However, thanks to a recent updated twitter post, we now have more news. This news showed us a picture of a brand new location known as Gale Crossing, alongside news of the additional content now nearing the final stages of production
‘It’s been a long time coming, but we’re finally ready to give you a peek behind the curtain of Re-Reckoning’s upcoming DLC.
Wrapping up the final stages of production, we’d like to share a preview of Fatesworn. Introducing: Gale Crossing!’
Centuries ago, Gale Crossing was an integral stop on the bustling trade route known as the Sativa Road, a treacherous passage over the mountains that brought wealth and industry to a region once considered unlivable. But all good things must come to an end. After series of catastrophic foreign wars, the price of Sativa Fiber dropped dramatically, devastating the Sativa industry and gutting the region’s importance as a source of this once-valuable reagent. Despite these tragedies, Gale Crossing remains a crucial junction for travelers hoping to pass safely through the Eldrith Mountains.
After the fall of the Sativa Road, residents of Gale Crossing continued to rely on outsiders for their survival. Courageous travelers and merchants still hoped to pass through the mountains as a more direct alternative to shipping by sea, but the vast infrastructure for such treks began to disintegrate quickly without attention and maintenance. High Sativa prices had driven the boom times, funding improvements along the trade route, supplying Gale Crossing and smaller camps with the equipment to support travelers and their teams. Without this money, the mountain passes soon returned to their natural state, deadly and impassable.
So with this news, maybe fans can be hopeful of a 2021 release after all. Anyway Kingdoms Of Amalur: Re-Reckoning is now available on PC, Playstation 4, XBox One, and Nintendo Switch
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