Last month Titan Quest: Legendary Edition () was revealed for iOS and Android by Handy Games. If you’re unaware of Titan Quest’s history on iOS, read this. The game has released three times since 2016 across different publishers and while you might wonder what the deal is with Titan Quest: Legendary Edition, things aren’t bad this time since existing owners of one version at least get updates free and can pay to get the DLC. Titan Quest: Legendary Edition is a single package release that includes all DLC, updates, fixes, iCloud support, and more. Controller support will be added in a future update. Watch the Titan Quest: Legendary Edition trailer below:
Titan Quest: Legendary Edition has launched today on both iOS and Android as a premium release for $17.99 with expansions, fixes, and more included but Titan Quest HD (the previously released game) hasn’t been forgotten. If you own that, a major update has launched today adding support for the three expansions as in app purchases priced at $3.99 each. Both games are now around 3.6GB. If you buy the new Legendary Edition, you need do buy two free DLC packs (Ragnarok and Atlantis) and download them from within. If you own the original, the new update adds pet control, more skill slots, inventory sorting, improved performance, and a lot more.
If you’d like to buy Titan Quest: Legendary Edition, it is available on the App Store for iOS here and Google Play for Android here (coming soon). The original Titan Quest HD ($6.99) is also available at a lower price since you need to buy the DLCs separately. Make sure to head over to our forum thread for more discussion around Titan Quest: Legendary Edition and the DLC. Have you, like me, played every edition of the game on iOS or were you hoping for a complete release like Titan Quest: Legendary Edition that just released today?
Update: Google Play version should be live soon as Handy Games is working to resolve technical issues.