Two Worlds II Sells Over 1 Million Units

After much faffing and delay, it appears that Two Worlds II is finally settled into the schedules with a cast iron release date early next year.  According to Gamasutra, the game has already sold over 1 million units since its European release several weeks ago – something which should appease Publishers, TopWare Interactive.

The game had reportedly been pushed back from its expected Autumn release, with Topware’s publishing partner, SouthPeak, claiming that the game needed further polish – something which clashed with TopWare’s view that the game was finished and ready to be released.  Either way, it has sidestepped the thorny Winter release melee to avoid being buried by COD, Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood and more and has settled on 25th January, 2011.

Regardless of the truth, there are a few Q&A issues with the Xbox360 release that we’ve been feverishly hammering, here at GLHQ, however, the wish to avoid the Winter snarl up seems a touch more likely as a reason for delay.  Either way, the early 2011 date will be a relief for Two Worlds fans who have waited what seems an age for this sequel.  For those of you who don’t want to wait, like us, get importing.

Source: Gamasutra

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  1. Mark R MarkuzR says:

    Personally speaking… I’m loving it. Wonder how many of you sang that horrible McDonalds tune in your head there? I’m having issues with people walking into corners like dunces and I’m not enjoying their depth of field attempts as I just hate when games try to do something and fail. Stick to single perspective focus guys, come on! I’m looking forward to seeing it on PC too!

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