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New Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning DLC Lands April 17th

Posted on Wednesday, April 4 @ 08:10:49 Eastern by Keri_Honea


38 Studios and EA announced today via press release that they will launch a new story-driven DLC for Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning on April 17th. As the DLC is called "Teeth of Naros", the DLC features the land called Teeth of Naros, where players will meet a new race of giants and "uncover the mysteries of their faith".

The DLC also contains the floating city of Idylla and 20 new sidequests. Like any good RPG, there will also be new Twists of Fate, armor, and weapons to collect.

I just started to play Kingdoms of Amalur and I've pretty much done nothing but sidequests since the opening chapter. So if there is a chance to do even more sidequests, I'm more than likely in.

For the record, EA, THIS is the kind of DLC I can get behind. I'm a sucker for more story.


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