Two Worlds Two: Pirates of the Flying Fortress Expansion Coming


TopWare Interactive announced today, that an expansion for Two Worlds Two is coming to the PS3 in September. “Pirates of The Flying Fortress” promises to add new weapons, horse breeds with armor, bosses, and even rain and thunder storms. This year is definitely shaping up to be a busy year for RPG fans.

The RPG-spectacle continues! With “Pirates of The Flying Fortress”, the creators of “Two Worlds II” clear the way for the highly anticipated upgrade for the role playing hit. More than 2.5 million games sold worldwide, numerous awards and a huge fan community are powerful arguments for yet another exciting trip to Antaloor, abducting you this time into the gloomy pirate world! The story plunges the player headlong into an adventure that is more than astonishing! The good old “Two Worlds” atmosphere waits, which is yet quite different this time around. Exotic flair, new enemies, new settings and new weapons – all fans are in for a shocking surprise!

The developers have also once again taken player feedback to heart, massively adding more in terms of game play: In addition to thunder and rain storms, gamers can look forward to dozens of new weapons, impact-oriented horse armor, totally new breeds, fresh boss opponents as well as brand spanking new animations in the cut-scene and in-game dialogs!

“Pirates of the Flying Fortress” will launch in Antaloor as a multi-platform title in September 2011! The extensive single player history as well as several brand new multiplayer maps will then be launched.

From the official website.


Written by: Oly - Senior PR Manager


  1. #1 by Pedro on April 15th, 2011 [ 39949 Points ]

    Awesome! I will be glad to go back to Antaloor!

  2. #2 by ZFM12 on April 15th, 2011 [ 1415 Points ]

    I really didn’t like the game at all…

  3. #3 by Oly on April 15th, 2011 [ 131640 Points ]

    ZFM12: I really didn’t like the game at all…  

    Wow, first I’ve ever heard of anyone not liking it..
    I really enjoyed it and am now looking forward to returning to the game.

  4. #4 by Markus on April 17th, 2011 [ 4322 Points ]

    I bought this for my little brother for his birthday back in February. I played it for a couple of hours and I enjoyed it. But I would need more game time before I fully endorse this game. I plan on playing it but I’m still catching up on many of 2010′s amazing games…

  5. #5 by Baba0Booey on April 17th, 2011 [ 5938 Points ]

    Im still out to lunch on this game, I might just restart it. My poor guy cant even kill a giant scorpion for cryin out loud.

  6. #6 by Oly on April 17th, 2011 [ 131640 Points ]

    Baba0Booey: Im still out to lunch on this game, I might just restart it. My poor guy cant even kill a giant scorpion for cryin out loud.  

    LOL, spend a little time in the wilderness to the south east of the first main town leveling up a couple levels. Also make sure you upgrade your weapons/armor with the crafting.

    The first couple hours of the game were a giant learning curve for me..

  7. #7 by Pedro on April 18th, 2011 [ 39949 Points ]

    I hope they’ll release a patch for a couple minor bugs related to quests as well.

    @Baba0Booey: upgrade your weapons, but don’t go all the way with early items, since loot is limited (monsters will eventually be non-existing) you should “save” your crappy loot to upgrade your latter weapons and armor (about level 40) otherwise, you’ll be left with not much components to use.


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