Torchlight 3 – Player Forts Highlighted in New Trailer, Screenshots

Check out how you Fort customization works in the upcoming action RPG.

Posted By | On 23rd, Apr. 2020

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After revealing the same last week, Echtra Games has provided more information on Torchlight 3’s Forts. You’ll claim one in Act 1 after disposing of some goblins and can essentially customize it to your liking. Check out the trailer below to see what we mean.

Available account-wide for all characters, Forts can be filled with cosmetics, decorations and crafted items. You unlock decorations by completing quests and Contract tiers, with better items provided by special Contracts. Forts can be used to store items but if you encounter another player’s Fort in the wild, then you can also use facilities like Luck Trees and Enchanting Stations.

The latter is especially useful since it allows players to share recipes they’ve learned with each other. It’s a pretty nice system and once that encourages the social element without forcing it upon players. Torchlight 3 will release this Summer for PC and then later for consoles. Stay tuned for more details in the meantime.


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