For decades, gamers have delved deep into dungeons, dispatching denizens of the deep for wealth undreamt of. On October 19, Reverb Publishing will turn the time-worn trope on its head with the launch of Dungeon Defenders for the Xbox 360 and PC.
Developed by Trendy Entertainment, the downloadable Dungeon Defenders is a mix of tower-defense and action role-playing games. The title will feature drop-in/drop-out cooperative play for up to four players, with four distinct character classes like the squire and huntress. Players will be able to distinguish their characters from the crowd with loot plucked from defeated enemies and tradable pets. The game will also include multiple play modes.
Reverb has confirmed that a PlayStation 3 version of the game will be made available on the PlayStation Network. However, that offering has no release date yet, with an announcement promised soon. Gamers interested in getting their hands on the title early will be able to check it out in the Reverb booth at this weekend's Penny Arcade Expo in Seattle, Washington.