Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning – Fatesworn expansion is out on PC

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, a revised version of the original calculation, received its first expansion today, Fatesworn. A new enemy threatens Amalur. It’s up to you to wade into the chaos and once again become the hero of this kingdom. Or kingdoms. There’s loads of new content to enjoy, plus you’ll get some new tools to help you with your quest.

The Fatesworn extended to Kingdom of Amalur starts when the main game ends. The God of Chaos, Telogrus, rises in the west. His goal is to turn the entire world into a kingdom of chaos. It is ideal for him. However, not so much for everyone currently living in the kingdoms.

The fate of the world is in your hands

The new story gives players around six hours of gameplay. There are also tons of new side quests, quests and factions to keep you busy. On top of that, there’s a new environment among the snowy peaks to explore, called Mithros. You’ll also venture into the region’s quaint city, Crownhold. There are a bunch of new Chaos Realm dungeons scattered throughout Amalur. Of course, these new locations will also include new enemies, as well as variations of the old locations.

A brand new game mechanic, Chaos, has also been added Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning – Fatesworn. Enemies, rifts, portals, skills, and weapons are all part of this mechanic. Players will be able to unlock the power of Chaos with the new Non-Combat Skill tree. You’ll also be able to wield nine Chaos-infused weapons, along with 15 other unique weapons and shields. There are six new armor sets boasting powerful traits. Players can also collect tons of new rings, amulets, gems, potions, destiny cards, etc. Finally, the player level cap has been raised to 50.

You can buy Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning and Fatesworn expansion for PC from Steam. Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning – Fatesworn expansion is out on PC


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