Two Worlds Officially 360 Bound

Although it has been no secret that an Xbox 360 version for Two Worlds was in the works, SouthPeak Interactive has made it official today by announcing that TopWare Interactive’s and Reality Pump Studios’ anticipated open-ended RPG is indeed heading to the 360, along with the previously announced PC version, this spring.

Two Worlds is quickly shaping up to be an experience that sets the benchmark of what a role-playing experience can be,” said Katie Morgan, Executive Vice President of SouthPeak Interactive. “We couldn’t be more excited to be bringing this gargantuan title to both Windows and Xbox 360 gamers.”

Recent retail rumor reports have also indicated that a PS3 version is on the way by year’s end, possibly with additional features, but time will tell whether that is true or not. For now let’s all just get excited for the definite PC and 360 versions, as they are looking quite impressive. Don’t believe me? Well then swing on by the Two Worlds official website to read about this promising RPG and check out these three newly released screenshots:

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