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Endless Dungeon Preorders Discounted Following Delay

You'll also get a free game and a discount voucher when reserving either the standard edition or Last Wish Edition.


Combining the replayability of roguelites with the strategy of a tower defense game, Endless Dungeon is shaping up to be one of the most unique games of 2023. It was recently delayed to October, but if you preorder today, you can save a few bucks on your purchase.

Head over to Fanatical, and you can pick up the Steam version of Endless Dungeon for just $26.39, down from its usual $30. Better yet, you’ll get to choose a free game for spending over $12 during Fanatical’s Easter Eggstravaganza (picking from a selection that includes Autonauts, Game Dev Studio, and Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide). You’ll also get a 5% off voucher for your next purchase.

Preorders for Endless Dungeon come with the Pioneer Elite Skin Pack along with G2G Badges and Avatars.

That’s a pretty solid deal, and we doubt there will be a better one available prior to launch. If you want to get some digital goodies with your purchase, consider stepping up to the Last Wish edition, which is also discounted and includes the following exclusives:

  • 48-hour Early Access
  • Immediate Access to the "Final Rodeo" OpenDev
  • Closed Beta Access
  • 'Die-Hard Elite' Skin Pack (3 hero skins)
  • 'Pioneer Elite' Skin Pack (3 hero skins, 4 weapon skins, 1 Crystal Bot Skin) (Pre-Order Exclusive)
  • 'Reckless Squad' Digital Artbook
  • Digital Original Soundtrack ft. singer Lera Lynn and composer Arnaud Roy
  • G2G badges and avatars (Preorder Exclusive)

The Last Wish edition preorders are $35.19, down from $40. Considering the plethora of goodies you get with it--as well as the beta and early access--the Last Wish edition offers solid value.

Endless Dungeon throws you into an abandoned space station as you fend off monsters and try to survive. With tons of weapons and other gadgets at your disposal, you’ll need to rely on both fast reflexes and careful planning to make it through each level intact. Toss in a slick art style and online co-op, and it’s easy to see the appeal of Sega’s upcoming game.

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