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More players = better loot

Latest Hotfix for Dungeon Defenders II Rewards You For Co-Op Play

This past July, Trendy Entertainment dropped some new DLC ("Protean Shift") for their free-to-play tower-defense/third-person action title, Dungeon Defenders II. There have been a couple of updates since then - notably the one last month that increased the rewards received when playing with additional players - and last week, there was a hotfix that refined that system even further. Now, playing with additional players not only gets you more experience, but guaranteed better gear.

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Free-Peating The Success

Dungeon Defenders 2 is Freeing the Power of the Ancients This December

As if Dungeon Defenders 2 wasn’t wonderful enough in its current form, costing $0.00 and brimming with content, the developers at Trendy Entertainment have announced the first of many updates that will bring even more content to an already full game. Meaning that for the still low price of FREE you can play a full game and get your update on in a few short weeks.

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New hero and biome for Defenders, new items and event for Terraria

Someone Got Terraria in Dungeon Defenders II, and Vice Versa

I'm not sure if this is quite like the moment when someone mixed chocolate and peanut butter, but Re-Logic, the team behind Terraria, and Trendy Entertainment, creators of Dungeon Defenders II, have cross-pollinated their franchises. A Terraria themed hero, the Dryad, has been added to the Defenders roster, while a new Defenders-themed event has found its way into Terraria.

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Good thing that Harbinger guy is awake.

Dungeon Defenders II Gets Better Loot with Latest Update

In case you missed the news a few months back, Dungeon Defenders II is out, in alpha (Early Access), free to play for all. That's good news right there, but the continuing good news is that developer Trendy Entertainment has rolled out a substantial update. Called The Harbinger Awakens, it's got a new boss, more loot, and according to the official notes, more fun!

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Bug fixes, game improvements, and new content. Neat!

Dungeon Defenders Community Releases an Update Patch

When you can't update your old game anymore, just get the players to do it! While Trendy Entertainment works on the sequel, players expressed an interest in keeping Dungeon Defenders alive and ticking. So, with the developer's blessing, the first Community Development Team patch was released, and it's more than just "hey this'd be cool" stuff, too!

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They're practically paying you to defend these dungeons.

Dungeon Defenders II's Alpha Is Out, Free, And Open To All

Trendy Entertainment, developer of Dungeon Defenders II, gazed upon the hordes of malnourished tower defense enthusiasts and found them weak, malnourished, and craving a new title to feast upon.  "But, they lack the necessary funds", their miserly advisers told them, "they cannot afford to even dream of our forthcoming title."  Nevertheless, the developers saw the masses' desperation, and their morality rang true.  "Give the people what they need", they said, "and make it free, make it all free."

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I'm assuming it's coming hot on the heels of the less popular "Get Robbed And Die" patch.

Huge "Loot & Survive" Patch Hits Dungeon Defenders II

"To be honest, no one was ever quite sure why they defended dungeons.  It was just hardwired into their brain's circuitry, sort of the way dogs chase cars, or the way Australians enjoy Marmite.  Even when the success of Dungeon Defenders 2 spawned a proliferation of sequels, players never questioned the reason they held these dungeons dear.  One of those things, I suppose."

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Where did all the dungeons go?

Dungeon Defenders II Heading to PS4

The concept of a "dungeon" in video games has gotten kind of nebulous. Let's take Dungeon Defenders II, for instance. Sometimes they're actually in a dungeon, building traps and wasting goblins who are assaulting it. They are truly defending a dungeon. Sometimes they've set up shop in a mine, which, sure. It's a little abstracted, but it's got a "dungeon-y" feel to it. But sometimes those deformed adventurers are just building stuff out in a field and waiting for baddies to come marching on. That's not a dungeon, people! 

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