Hob won’t make you wait very long to venture into the Torchlight developer’s brand new world.
Torchlight 2 hit 2 million sales over the weekend, Runic Games announced today.
Modders, start your engine! Runic yesterday launched the official Torchlight 2 editor 'GUTS', which it says lets people "modify almost everything" in the action-RPG, "from item and skill balance, to level layouts, animations, quests, and much more." Why, we can all learn modding, but if you're not so inclined just lie back and wait for the sweet mods to roll in.
Torchlight 2 has gotten an ambitious mod called "Synergies," which adds a new class, more loot, and end-game bosses. It has plans for the future to introduce even more classes and dungeons.
Torchlight 2 has passed a million sales, five times as fast as the first game.
Torchlight 2 has issued a new patch that fixes several bugs, adjusts some classes, and adds an Owl or Badger pet to your menu options.
Runic Games CEO Max Schaefer told Shacker Mark "warcrow" DeSanto that the company will make Torchlight 3, but with a "twist."
If you didn't pounce upon Runic's delightful action-RPG Torchlight II when it launched for PC yesterday, perhaps a demo might pique your interest. A small slice is available for your playing pleasure, in case you're wondering if it's as fun to click on monsters until they explode in a shower of coins and items in the sequel (it is).
Runic Games executives have commented that the long-planned Torchlight MMO probably won't be its next project, after having wrapped up Torchlight 2.
"In the long run we want to be known as the people who have the best value in gaming," Runic Games CEO Max Schaefer said, promising to make all future DLC for the game free.
Runic Games discusses some of its post-launch plans for Torchlight 2, and shares thoughts on pricing and piracy.
Torchlight II might launch on Thursday, but that's still positively ages to wait for chilling new tunes from Matt Uelmen, the mastermind behind the original's tunes and the Diablo series' most iconic music. Huzzah, then, for developer Runic Games today released the 74-minute soundtrack for free. You now have music for your private launch party.
Ramblings and musings of occasional significance to the Shacknews audience. This is the morning edition for September 12, 2012. Topics include: Torchlight 2 should fill the Diablo 3 void for some players; Neverwinter's mod tools are intriguing; and Planetary Annihilation is in the home stretch. Wake up, scrubs, it's the Morning Caffeinated!
A hands-on look at Torchlight 2 as it prepares for its fast-approaching launch.
The original Torchlight came out when Diablo III still seemed woefully far away, and more than filled that gaping action-RPG hole with its charming clicking ways. The sequel was once supposed to launch before but it turns out we're all still just as excited for Torchlight II even though Blizzard beat it to the click-punch. Good news! Developer Runic Games has finally announced that it'll launch for PC and Mac on September 20.
Torchlight 2 has been running in stealth mode lately until a recent update from developer Runic Games told fans that the game was in polish mode. A new post offers a comparison on just how much more involved the game will be than the original.
Torchlight clone Armed Heroes has been pulled from the App Store, after Runic Games complained to Apple. EGLS, the developer of the game, claims it is making some changes, but maintains its innocence.
Runic president Travis Baldree has shared a little insight into the development of Torchlight II, and why it's taking longer than some would hope.
If you fancy a gander at the Torchlight II beta, make sure you've signed up for the beta, as heaps more invites are going out for a stress test this weekend.
Undeterred by the launch of the clicking juggernaut that is Diablo III in a fortnight, Runic Games has opened pre-orders for its own action-RPG, the charming Torchlight II. You can slap your $20 down now, or club together with three chums for the $60 four-pack.