Kingdoms of Amalur: Numeration was a strong RPG that was surrounded by a cloud of debate. Although it wasn’t the financial home run that EA may have been wagering on, THQ Nordic saw its potential and ultimately purchased the rights to the IP. And here we are. In a couple of weeks, players will have the ability to pick up Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, an updated version of the 2012 original, which will ultimately have some all-new DLC.
The new trailer shows off gameplay for the updated game for the first time, focusing on one of the 3 main courses that players can take as the Fateless One. If you enjoy defamation, poisoning, and adhering to the shadows, possibly the finesse path may be worth pursuing.
In addition, THQ Nordic released a new story trailer, which sets things up rather perfectly.
Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning is pertaining to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on September 8. It will be available in a standard edition for $39.99; a Fate Edition for $54.99, that includes the Fatesworn DLC that is set for a 2021 release; and a collector’s edition for $109.99, which has the game and DLC, an Alyn Shir figurine, a keychain, 5 pieces of art, Grant Kirkhope’s soundtrack, and a box.