Two Worlds Multiplayer Expansion Packs Coming Soon to Xbox Live

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SouthPeak Games’ flawed but enjoyable open-world RPG Two Worlds continues to push on and strive to reach the full potential it has lying somewhere deep within. Last year’s massive patch helped clean up the bulk of the bugs and glitches that plagued the game at launch — like the broken horse controls, choppy frame rate and the god-awful online multiplayer performance — and now to follow up on those fixes, SouthPeak is ready to give online Two Worlds adventurers even more to do with two downloadable multiplayer expansion packs. At 600 MS points apiece, both DLC add-ons will introduce new maps, weapons, cooperative missions, player-versus-player challenges, and over 10 hours of additional gameplay and expanded storylines each. The first of these expansions is due out via the Xbox Live Marketplace in March, with the second to follow in April. No mention has been made of the PC version getting this content as of yet.

“Two Worlds has been a huge success for SouthPeak and much of its appeal has been a huge world to explore,” said Melanie Mroz, CEO of SouthPeak Games. “Reality Pump has worked tirelessly to improve the multiplayer experience and the downloadable content is geared towards expanding upon it, offering lots of new missions and areas to explore with friends.”

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