DUNGEON DEFENDERS II OFFICIALLY LAUNCHES ON PLAYSTATION®4, XBOX ONE AND WINDOWS PC

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DUNGEON DEFENDERS II OFFICIALLY LAUNCHES ON PLAYSTATION®4, XBOX ONE AND WINDOWS PC

Cooperative action-tower defense RPG arrives on Xbox One for the very first time

GAINESVILLE, Fla. June 20, 2017 – Independent game developer Trendy Entertainment has officially released the action-tower defense game Dungeon Defenders II as a free-to-play title on the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system through the PlayStation®Store, Windows PC via Steam, and Xbox One, where it is available for the first time, through the Xbox Games Store.

Dungeon Defenders II is a fusion of some of the best aspects of tower defense games and RPGs, featuring classic elements like loot, pets, a variety of heroes to level up and more. Build defenses to survive against progressively tougher waves of invaders, strategize with your teammates, then put it all into action while fighting enemies on the move. The game includes single-player and up-to-four-player online cooperative game modes, as well as two-player local splitscreen co-op on consoles.

Developed through early access on PC and the PlayStation®4 system, Dungeon Defenders II has evolved through over 60 game updates. These additions have introduced a story-based campaign, as well as tons of new heroes, weapons, defenses, abilities, pets, enemies, bosses, maps, challenge options, cosmetic skins, and UI, progression, customization and social systems.

Trendy plans to continue supporting Dungeon Defenders II with new content, features and quality-of-life improvements post-release. For the latest updates, visit www.DungeonDefenders.com, and follow the development team on Facebook, Twitter and Twitch.

About Trendy Entertainment

Trendy Entertainment is an independent video game development studio based in Gainesville, Fla. Created by veterans of the video game industry, Trendy Entertainment is focused on developing fun and innovative video games across multiple platforms. www.trendyent.com

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