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Teeth Of Naros DLC Announced For KoA: Reckoning

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Jonathan Lester
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Teeth Of Naros DLC Announced For KoA: Reckoning

Kingdoms Of Amalur: Reckoning will receive its second singleplayer expansion pack in a fortnight, entitled Teeth Of Naros. This new DLC pack allows players to explore the floating city of Idylla and the hazardous Teeth Of Naros map area, which contains new dungeons, items and twists of fate. A new race, the deeply religious Kollossae, will test player's faith. We've got more details after the break.

Teeth Of Naros will launch on April 17th for 800 Microsoft Points on Xbox Live, and $9.99 on PSN, Origin and Steam.

We hope that Teeth Of Naros will offer some new and innovative experiences for game-complete characters. The Legend Of Dead Kel, Amalur's first story DLC pack, failed spectacularly in that regard - proving useful only to players who are midway through the original campaign.

Here's the hyperbolic blurb from the press release:

Glimpse into the future of Amalur, as EA, 38 Studios, and Big Huge Games unveil Teeth of Naros, the second downloadable content (DLC) pack for Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning. Players will journey through a forgotten land called the Teeth of Naros, a harsh environment named after an ancient troll god. In this new journey players will encounter the Kollossae, a devout race of giants, and uncover the mysteries of their faith.

  • A New City – Explore the city of Idylla, which magically floats in the sky above the Teeth of Naros featuring more than 20 side quests, multiple dungeons and a mysterious new race
  • New Enemies and Dungeons – Players will take part in a crucible of faith and tribulation with new dangers and enemies as they journey through five enormous new dungeons
  • New Twists of Fate and Items – Three new Twists of Fate, nine new armor sets, six new shields and 18 new unique weapons for players to choose from as they journey through this new world
Add a comment4 comments
Meiser  Apr. 4, 2012 at 14:48

I haven't even had chance to play the first one yet... I need to get a wriggle on!

JonLester  Apr. 4, 2012 at 14:50

I haven't even had chance to play the first one yet... I need to get a wriggle on!


I'd recommend checking out our 7/10 review first - if you've already completed Reckoning, you won't get much out of The Legend Of Dead Kel.

amalurnadian  Apr. 6, 2012 at 07:33

thats **** the first one pretty awsome but still a bit short ut you could get awsome weapeons and armor and an whole keep you could restorate.

JonLester  Apr. 6, 2012 at 16:49

thats **** the first one pretty awsome but still a bit short ut you could get awsome weapeons and armor and an whole keep you could restorate.


But what's the point of having a keep/ new home base if you've finished the campaign? It's just pointless busywork unless you can visit it during the war against the Tuatha.

The weapons are also underpowered compared to most of the late-game armaments - I found them all to be vastly inferior to my game-complete loadout.

The Legend Of Dead Kel is fantastic if you've decided to replay the campaign with a new character, or are part of the way through - it's all in the review.

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