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Existing Kingdoms of Amalur owners on Steam get next week’s remaster at half-price

THQ Nordic has announced it will be offering Steam users 50% off its Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning remaster when it launches next Tuesday, 8th September, provided they have the original version of the action-RPG in their library on Valve’s platform.

The original Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning released back in 2012, and gained fans for its sprawling, richly detailed fantasy world, its staggering wealth of content, and its punchily enjoyable third-person combat. As Eurogamer’s Oli Welsh put it, “Between the handful of meaty faction quest lines and the brimming constellation of side-quests and dungeons, you’ll be so regularly and naturally sidetracked that you’ll never even think about grinding.”

Unfortunately, the game failed to sell enough copies following its high-profile launch, resulting in the collapse of developer 38 Studios, alongside messy and lengthy legal proceedings involving a sizeable loan from Rhode Island State.

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