cooperative tower defense action roleplaying game like the original Dungeon Defenders along with a new,
MOBA mode. Here's the multiplayer reveal trailer:
Play Dungeon Defenders as your favorite Penny Arcade characters!
Dungeon Defenders on Steam
on sale for $3.74 and Shards DLC
for $3.24 until 1 PM EDT Thursday, November 1st. All other DLC, the 4-pack, and collector's edition also 75% off.
Join the Penny Arcade Dungeon Defenders Steam group then play with us.
If that's too much trouble, log into the Penny Arcade Steam Group chat at steam://friends/joinchat/103582791429521528 and see if anyone wants to play.
The Jester DLC pack
, $3.99, released August 28th, includes the Jester hero, GameLand Campaign mission, 'The Fool' Jester costume, and 4 new weapons!
The Quest for the Lost Eternia Shards Pt. IV DLC is $3.99 in the Steam store
separately or [STRIKE]$12.99[/STRIKE] $12.99 as part of the complete Shards DLC
. Explore the last installment of the Quest for the Lost Eternia Shards with 2 new campaign missions, one taking place in Sky City and the other inside an Eternia crystal itself!
Accompanying Shards IV is patch 7.38
, highlights of which include:
• Level cap raised from 83 to 90
• New, "Ultimate" loot
• Steam workshop integration
• Improved search filter capabilities
The DunDef Digest for 7/10/12.
Inside: The real Tavern Keep Chronicles Pt. 3, a beta sneak peek into Shards 4, and an updated community calendar.
The DunDef Digest for 7/4/12.
Tavern Keep Chronicles Pt. 3, a bigger teaser for the Jester, hints about Shards IV, the winner of the map contest, and more!
Sometimes current and mostly past PC patch notes
Upcoming and sometimes current patch notes
• What's not so New? •
Need some help? Here's some advice from the community(mostly from Hahnsoo!):
Other community links
- features include Aquanos, a level 83 level cap, accessories, the Transcendent Survivalist Achievement
& Jetpacking Bounty Hunter Costume.
DunDef Digest for 6/27/12.
With the second installment of the Tavernkeep Chronicles, a detailed look at Sky City
and patch 7.38, Meet the Trendy Team: lead concept artist Danny Araya, and more!
DunDef Digest for 6/20/12.
Tavernkeep Chronicles Pt 1. Sneak Peek at the Jester. Shards IV puzzle, map contest voting, and more!
Check out the DunDef Digest for 6/13/12.
Shards IV, a foxy Sky Captain skin for the initiate, and Steam Workshop integration due out July 10th. Plus much more!
Check out the DunDef Digest for 5/30/12.
Inside is a sneak peek at Talay, the Summoner's Demoness costume, and the fourth(and last) installment of the Lost Eternia Shards pack.
Check out the DunDef Digest for 5/23/12!
With what you can expect when you play the summoner, a look at the Demoness costume for the Summoner coming with the next mission pack, the Talay Mining Complex. Trendy is teaming up with Because We May
and putting DD on sale from the 24th to the 1st. Be sure to read up on the community events!
DunDef Digest 5/16/12
, focusing on background info on how the Summoner came to be.
Check out the DunDef Digest for 5/9/12!
It includes new information on the Summoner coming out on the 23rd, an interview with Trendy level designers Morgan Roberts and Ben Burkart, the community calendar, an update from the beta team with a short video on the map contest, and a map contest spotlight on 'The Manor'!
Check out the DunDef Digest for 5/2/12!
It includes a sneak peek at the Summoner class and console news. Also inside are details on free copies of Dungeon Defenders for IGN Prime members, and DLC codes for people who submit guides to the DD Wiki.
Check out the new DunDef Digest for 4/25/12!
A closer look at Aquanos, accessories, console news, vote for the next costume, and more!
Check out the new DunDef Digest for 4/19/12!
You could win $1,000 in the Map Making Contest. Eternia Shards part 3 comes out Thursday, April 26th, along with accessories with which to customize your characters further. There's also a hetpacking version of the Bounty Hunter costume, earned with the Transcendent Survivalist Achievement. Hitmonchan's hosting a Battle Royale for PC players. And much more!
Check out the new DunDef Digest for 4/11/12!
Featuring info on the next chapter of the Lost Eternia Shards saga, the next character class, a new map which includes a new pet and a male bounty skin for Series EV, and last, but not least, pictures from PAX! Including yours truly putting Ridiculously Photogenic Guy
to shame. Here's
a closer look at the drawing Bear is Driving received, and a closer look at mine
What is this game?
What's the story?
Released October 19th, 2011, Dungeon Defenders is a cooperative, action role-playing tower defense game. You'll take the role of one of a team of four(Or more!) heroes
defending an Eternia Crystal from waves of monsters. The basic premise of the game is kill waves of monsters with towers, traps, auras, and weapons, get experience and loot, level up your character, level up/trade your character's weapons and familiars
, and fight harder monsters in harder dungeons for more experience and better weapons.
TotalBiscuit has an hour long "WTF is... Dungeon Defenders?" review on YouTube:
Long Ago, Etheria was once a land of living legends… Throughout the ages, brave warriors across the realm stood together against the forces of evil, led by immortal beings known as the Old Ones… After a titanic struggle, these champions locked away the power of the Old Ones, inside Eternia Crystals…These legendary heroes have recently left their younger kin in charge of the common castle chores… Bored with their dreary duties, the inexperienced pupils decide to play… And accidentally unleash an ancient force that has long been dormant!
Where can I get it?
Dungeon Defenders: Second Wave $3 at the Apple store
. For iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), or iPad. Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Dungeon Defenders will not work with the 8gb iPod touch 3rd gen.
Dungeon Defenders: Second Wave
$FREE in the Android Marketplace
. Basic requirements to play DD:FW on an Android phone: 512MB RAM, GPU capable of supporting OpenGL ES 2.0, Android 2.1+, 800MHz CPU or greater (Recommended), MicroSD Card with a minimum 600MB
free space. Manual Android download from Dungeondefenders.com
If you have heroes on mobile devices you can port them to PC by using the guide Decoy found
April 26th on PC[/URL]
What should I expect in the future?
The Quest for the Lost Eternia Shards Pt. 3 - Aquanos DLC, $3.99 or part of the Lost Eternia Shards pack.
What's inside: The Quest for the Lost Eternia Shards: Part 3 Campaign Mission
Riddle of the Deep Challenge Mission
Shipwreck Graveyard PvP Battleground
Shipwreck Graveyard Uber Monster Fest 8-player co-op Challenge
10 brand-new themed weapons
1 brand-new pet with special abilities
Mermaid Countess Hero Outfit
April 13th on PC
City in the Cliffs mission pack, $1.99. Includes "City in the Cliffs" 6-player campaign map, "Über Death From Above" 6-player Challenge, the earnable Bounty Hunter Series EV costume, an earnable djinnlet pet and, of course, new loot.
April 5th on PC
Penny Arcade Character Pack, $1.99. Use these new skins to play as Tycho with the squire, Cardboard Tube Samurai with the monk, Annarchy with the huntress, and Jim Darkmagic with the apprentice.
March 29th on PC
Series EV new playable hero, $3.99. Play as Series EV, and utilize new towers and abilities, including the ability to dual-wield both apprentice and huntress weapons!
March 23rd on PC
Karathiki Jungle Pack, $1.99 separately, but also part of the Eternia Shards pack. In the Karathiki Jungle Pack, you get the 6-player Tower Defense Karathiki Jungle map, the Rumble in the Jungle challenge, the Cowboy Monkey pet, Amazon Female Barbarian costume, and all new items.
March 16th on PC
Lucky Costume pack, $0.99. It contains four new community-voted player costumes - TrapGirl Costume for the Huntress, Steampunk Costume for the Adept, Leprechaun Costume for the Apprentice, and Scottish Warrior Costume for the Barbarian
March 15th on PC
Quest for the Lost Eternia Shards Part 2: Moraggo Desert Town, $3.99 separately, but also part of the Eternia Shards pack. In the Moraggo Desert Town you'll fight the Genie King and his Djinns, which now appear in the rest of the game.
February 20th on PC
Presidents Day Battle Royale, $1.99. Step into the ring and fight friend and foe to unlock a new donkey or elephant pet and new costumes for the four base heroes.
February 14th on PC
Etherian Festival of Love, $1.99. Play as cupid and match make true love. Unlock a goblin cupid pet, a new crystal, and various new costumes.
February 1st on PC
Barbarian Hero new playable hero, $2.99. Play as the Barbarian, a dual-wielding hero with combat stances, instead of towers, which grant various capabilities.
December 15th on PC and December 21st on consoles
Quest for the Lost Eternia Shards, 4 parts for $3.99 each, or $12.99. Key features include new level caps, nightmare dificulty, mythical quality items, new weapons, new maps. See IGN's interview with Jeremy Stieglitz for more details.
Nov 23rd, 2011
New Heroes, $4.99. Contains gender-swapped versions of the four base classes and an all new 8-player PvE challenge mission: Uber Monster Fest.
The Great Turkey Hunt, free for Thanksgiving but now $1.99. Contains a special turkey hunt mission that yields costumes for the four base classes as rewards.
Warping Core Challenge Mission Pack. Contains four mission challenges which reward special 'Zamira' armor.
Nov 11th, 2011
Halloween Mission Pack, $1.99. Contains the Halloween Spooktackular Challenge, with 8 unique weapon drops and alternate costumes.
Halloween Costume Pack, $0.99. Contains one alternate costume for each of the four base classes.
Capture the Flag Pre-Alpha, $FREE. PvP, 2 teams of 8 players compete for longest possession of the flag.
Dungeon Defenders Development Kit (DDDK), $FREE. Tools to modify DD content and add or create new content.
Both paid(but cheap) and free DLC in the form of weapons, dungeons, and classes. Trendy Entertainment expects to have a new class out a month for a year after release, for a total of 16 classes. Expected classed include Jester
, Summoner, and possibly
Ninja, Engineer, Necromancer, and Beastmaster.
All gameplay code & source content is available as the DDDK
for the PC version, which means good opportunity for community-made mods.
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