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Dungeon Siege III: Treasures of the Sun DLC Next Month

Square Enix announces Treasures of the Sun, a new DLC pack for Dungeon Siege III to be released next month for Obsidian's action/RPG sequel, promising "several additional hours of gameplay" involving "a brand new plot arc, additional quests, new enemies and tons more loot." Here are some screenshots, and here's a blurb about the contents: "In DUNGEON SIEGE III: TREASURES OF THE SUN, players will extend their journey and travel beyond the borders of Ehb to an all-new environment: the Aranoi Desert. On their search for a lost Legion hero, players will fight through hordes of new villains only to find a forgotten abbey hiding a long-lost secret: the greatest treasure of the Azunite faith. The DLC offers other enhancements to the game, including raising its level cap to 35. Here are the details:

  • New abilities: Players will be able to attain mastery of the arcane through powerful new attack, defense and healing abilities.
  • Level up to 35: DUNGEON SIEGE III: TREASURES OF THE SUN will further power up players by raising DUNGEON SIEGE III's existing level cap from 30 to 35.
  • More monsters and items: Players will encounter new monsters in the Aranoi Desert—including mummies and giant skeletons—and will find more powerful items, adding to the thousands already available in DUNGEON SIEGE III.
  • Reallocate Talent & Proficiency Points: Players can reallocate points spent in Proficiencies and Talents, enabling changes to character customization throughout the campaign.
  • New Enchanting System: Transmuting items now gives players chances at gaining powerful new Vials that allow them to enhance their weapons and armor through the DLC’s new enchanting system.

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11. Re: Dungeon Siege III: Treasures of the Sun DLC Next Month Sep 1, 2011, 17:44 Alamar
 
I enjoyed DS3... It was a good SP campaign RPG... But it was too short, which just means that DLC is a no-sale on that alone... At least until a steam sale where it's like $2 a pop, and a bunch are available (making it worth re-installing/downloading).

As for DS1 and 2, I felt they were too long... So perhaps I'm just hard to please : )

I just finished Infamous today (PS3), and I really enjoyed that, and the ending rocked... So loading up part 2 tonight or tomorrow : ) I thought it had a good duration, but if it were a few hours shorter, I would have been happier (my own fault though, for unlocking every spot I could, thereby adding a bunch of hours not required - AFAIK).

-Alamar
 
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