Titan Siege

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Titan Siege
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Developer(s) Chengdu Storm Totem Studio
Publisher(s) Gamesco
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
  • NA: 14 January 2016
  • Steam: January 1, 2019
Genre(s) Massively multiplayer online role-playing game
Mode(s) Multiplayer

Titan Siege is a free to play massively multiplayer online role-playing game developed by Chengdu Storm Totem Studio, a subsidiary of BL Tech, [1] and published by Gamesco. [2] The game is set in a fantasy version of the ancient civilizations of Northern Europe, Greece, and Egypt.


On January 1, 2019, it was released on Steam. [3]


There are a total of five different classes. The classes are not gender locked and each type has unique skills and equipment.

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The game world of Titan Siege is a full three dimensional seamless map in which players can by travel walking, swimming or flying. [4]

Titan Siege features both player versus environment and player versus player content. The game is notable for its large-scale weekly castle siege battles in player versus player mode. Open world free-for-all player killing is also allowed. Players can also participate in other competitive events such as Castle Siege, Guild Contest, Battle for Sarazahn, and a player versus player Arena.

Titan Siege has over 300 creatures, 15 cities, more than 300 quests, pets, and mounts. [5]


Titan Siege has received mixed reviews. Game reviewer Olivia Morin noted that Titan Siege is generally fun to play even though it lacks innovation. [6] In his video review for Mmos.com, Omer said that the translations are often hilariously wrong but that the game is not bad for "a solid generic MMO." [7]

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