Torchlight 3 Debuts "Welcome To The Frontier" Trailer At RazerCon

Torchlight 3 is coming out next Tuesday, but that didn’t stop Perfect World Entertainment and Echtra Games from putting out one last trailer during RazerCon. The five minute video was titled “Welcome to the Frontier” and gave an overview of the story, classes, and extras. Many of these things are already known, but the trailer gives us one last overview of it all.

RazerCon is a new event all about Razer. Like many conventions in 2020, RazerCon was all digital. New Razer products, like its first ever gaming chair, were revealed. But it wasn’t all about Razer. Spots were given to EDM concerts and previews of upcoming games. That’s where Torchlight 3 comes in.

Welcome to the Frontier starts by establishing the lore of Torchlight. Then it details each of the classes as well as their diverging advancement paths. It then goes into pets in Torchlight 3 and their powerful special abilities. It then touches on gear, the endgame challenges, and customizable bases. The latter point is particularly interesting, as the development team was wary of how forts would be received. A lot of work went into making them rewarding.

Torchlight 3 is due out on October 13 for Steam, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. It will then come to Nintendo Switch later this year.

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