Two Worlds II Gets Killer Pre-Order Bonus, Spiffy New Box Art

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Early indications continue to suggest that Two Worlds II will rise above the suck-tastic quality of the original Two Worlds and deliver a deep role-playing experience capable of satisfying console players and more demanding PC RPG-ers all the same. I sure hope so, as my soul would be crushed if the sequel turns out to be another disappointment. Thankfully it won’t be too much longer until the fate of Two Worlds II is revealed, as the game is officially on for a January 25th launch on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. And I so can’t wait to finally play it!

What’s more, SouthPeak has sweetened the pot for early adopters with a pre-order bonus that should even make Sordahon jump up and down with uncontrollable glee like a giddy school girl. Reserve now and your copy of the game will come with a rebate coupon for $10 off and a free (and very awesome) “Yeah, I Like to Kill!” t-shirt. This offer even stacks on top of existing retailer pre-order offers — GameStop pre-orders, for example, come with bonus in-game DLC.

Oh yeah, and don’t forget to check out Two Worlds II‘s fetching new box art!

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