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Thursday, 07 July 2011 07:52

Torchlight reaches a million sold

Written by David Stellmack
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Sequel still on track for 2011 release
The ever popular dungeon crawler by Runic Games known as Torchlight hit an important milestone with Runic’s announcement that it had reached one million copies sold across all platforms. Torchlight is currently available for the Xbox 360, PC and Mac.

This news has to be pushing Runic to continue work on the sequel to Torchlight, which is known right now as simply Torchlight 2. The studio says that Torchlight 2 is still on track for a 2011 release, but currently they can’t confirm a release date.

Runic has indicated that an official release date will be announced once the game is closer to being completed and ready for release.


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