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Torchlight 2 Fights Diablo III with $20 Price Point

Posted on Friday, August 26 @ 13:43:21 PST by

Runic Games has just announced the new price point for Torchlight 2 at the budget awesome price of $20, with CEO Max Schaefer stating:

Everyone who wants to play Torchlight 2 will be able to comfortably afford to do so, and they'll be able to play with their friend online or via a LAN, or play single player offline, all with no further purchase.

As the obvious underdog, Torchlight 2 is facing an uphill battle against Diablo III, though it already has a leg up for not having a real-money auction house, an offline mode, and the user-friendly ability to mod the game pretty much however players want. The $20 only helps tilt the scale in their favor when Torchlight 2 release some time during the holiday season.

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