Who won the console wars, XBox One or Playstation?

Doris Richards
December 17, 2017

Now those that are loyal to their PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or Nintendo Switch consoles can enjoy the same experience because THQ Nordic has just announced that our console brethren get to celebrate this incredible installment.

Thanks to the report of NPD Group, we now know that PlayStation 4 was the best-selling console in November in the United States.

Though PC players got their own Titan Quest: Anniversary Edition last year for the franchise's awesome 10 year anniversary, it's time for the console players to get their turn.

However, the Xbox One also made waves in November.

Steam/THQ NordicTHQ Nordic's isometric action-RPG "Titan Quest" is coming to home consoles.


HW - Sony's PlayStation 4 sold the most units of any hardware platform in the month of November, while Microsoft's Xbox One drove the highest dollar sales of any hardware platform during the month.

There's now no confirmed release window for Switch version as of this time.

The PlayStation 4 was not expected to sell well in November, as Nintendo had all the momentum with the late October release of Super Mario Odyssey and Microsoft finally released the highly anticipated Xbox One X. However, Sony's console turned around the predictions and instead sold the most units ever in its history.

"Behold, the PC gods have spoken...Titan Quest is granted to also release on all current-gen console platforms in 2018". This version of the game came with multiple gameplay improvements, functioning multiplayer, and both the base game and its first expansion Immortal Throne. All standard edition releases will cost $30, and will already include both the base "Titan's Quest" campaign and the "Immortal Throne" expansion, according to Gamespot.

Meanwhile, the Collector's Edition (pictured above) will cost players $119.99. Also included are a branded notebook and a Greek war helmet display replica that stands more than 9 inches tall.

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