Two Worlds II for PC
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Two Worlds II

Feb 8, 2011
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About this game

Developer: Reality Pump
Content Rating: Mature


Two Worlds II expands the RPG adventure by introducing new game content, extending gameplay and providing you with the answers to many questions and mysteries which arose in the main story. Besides several well-known regions of Antaloor, there are also completely new territories to explore. The combat system has been further enhanced too, with an active blocking system, a completely new means of transport, a much-enhanced reaction system from NPCs, and other tweaks.

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows 7, 8, 10
  • Processor: Intel or AMD Quad-Core Prozessor (2,4 GHz) or better
  • Memory: 8 GB or more
  • Graphics: Radeon HD, Geforce (Shader 4.0 and 2 GB RAM)
  • DirectX®: DirectX 10
  • Hard Drive: 20 GB
  • Sound: DirectX comp. 5.1 Sound Card
  • Other: Broadband Internet connection for Multiplayer recommended


  • OS: Windows 7, 8, 10
  • Processor: Intel or AMD Dual-Core Prozessor (2,0 GHz) or better
  • Memory: 4 GB or more
  • Graphics: Radeon HD, Geforce (Shader 3.0 and 512 MB RAM)
  • DirectX®: DirectX 10
  • Hard Drive: 12 GB
  • Sound: DirectX comp. Stereo Sound Card
  • Other: Internet connection with 16 KBPS or more for Multiplayer recommended

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Andrew GroenJan 25, 2011
Two Worlds 2 is an improvement, but not a complete success. It still has many areas that need a lot of work, but if you can get over those parts then you'll have a good time exploring the rich, vibrant game world.
Kevin VanOrdFeb 01, 2011
Great quests and hidden caches of treasure make this an inviting world to explore, and the ease of travel ensures that exploration is never a frustration. Great writing and characterizations could have taken Two Worlds II to the next level, but even without them, there is enough combat and mission variety to keep you busy and happy for dozens of hours.
DesslockFeb 04, 2011
Yet it is such a huge improvement over its dismal predecessor that it's oh-so-close to being an outstanding RPG. Its design just needs some rationalization and focus to achieve something great.