Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning Fatesworn DLC out this month

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning’s Fatesworn DLC will be released on December 14th, THQ Nordic has confirmed. It will be available for $19.99 / €19.99 / £17.99 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning Fatesworn DLC adds new content to the game that was not available in the original release from a decade ago, including a new region, new quests, new Chaos Dungeons, and also raises the level cap to 50. You can check out some of the content in the trailer below.


The features for Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning Fatesworn include:

  • Set in a completely new environment called Mithros featuring mountains and snowy landscape
  • Face the God of Chaos in 6h+ Main quest with a compelling storyline that concludes the game, featuring new and returning characters
  • “Chaos” as a completely new gameplay mechanic connected to weapons, enemies, rifts, and portals
  • Level cap raised to 50
  • The journey takes you to 2 entirely new dungeon sets
  • Enter Chaos Portals to explore 25 brand new Chaos Realm dungeons strewn across the Fatesworn world and the old world
  • New enemies and variations of existing enemies
  • New crafting items for weapons, gems, potions with new reagents and components
  • 6 new unique armor sets with very special and powerful traits
  • 21 new weapons and shields (9 chaos weapons, 15 unique)
  • New accessories like rings and amulets with powerful traits
  • New music by award-winning composer Grant Kirkhope
  • A new mysterious trader selling equipment lottery boxes, offering a new way to complete rare item sets
  • New twist of fate cards
  • Tons of new sidequests task quests and faction quests to fulfil
  • New villages and cities, with new houses and interiors and much more

In our review for Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, I wrote: “Kingdoms of Amalur Re-Reckoning is a good solid remaster, just don’t expect much to have changed compared to the original. The world is as magical fantasy as you could get, and it really does draw you in, but some technical issues and a number of repetitive quests can dull the otherwise colourful experience.”

You can read the full review here.

Source: Press Release

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