Dungeon Defenders

  • Online Co-Op: 4 Players
  • Couch Co-Op: 4 Players
  • LAN Co-Op: 4 Players
  • + Co-Op Campaign
  • + Co-Op Modes
  • + Combo Co-Op
Dungeon Defenders Mixes RPG and Tower Defense for Co-Op Goodness
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Dungeon Defenders Mixes RPG and Tower Defense for Co-Op Goodness

You may remember earlier this year Tally looked at a little game called Dungeon Defense by a company called Trendy Entertainment.  It was a game that mashed RPG elements into the tower defense genre and was developed in only 4 weeks using the Unreal Engine Development Kit.  Today a new version of the game is being announced called Dungeon Defenders - it will be a full digitally distributed title with four player co-op.

Dungeon Defenders contains four character classes: Apprentice, Huntress, Monk and Squire - each one is said to help contribute to the co-op elements of the game.  Other features include a strong focus on loot collecting, players stats, and huge boss encounters.

The full version of the game will support both offline and online co-op with drop in and drop out play as well as split screen with online play.  The game is only going to cost $10 and will be available from popular digital stores like Steam on the PC, as well as on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStastion Network on consoles.  Right now the game is targeted to release this fall.  We've got some new media posted below - that game looks chaotic to say the least!