Endless Dungeon Now Available

Now available for PC and consoles, the world of Amplitude Studios and SEGA’s Endless Dungeon is now available for all that own the Last Wish Edition.

A Rogue-lite Tactical Action title, Endless Dungeon tasks players with recruiting a team of shipwrecked heroes as they plunge into a long-abandoned space station either solo or in three-player co-op play. The ultimate goal? Protect your crystal against never-ending waves of monsters.

Just be warned that dying is commonplace in Endless Dungeon. As players delve deeper into the station, they’ll have to come to terms with their mortality as they level up alongside the heroes in true roguelike fashion.

Thankfully, players will have the tools for the job; mechanics in Endless Dungeon combine rogue-lite elements, twin-stick shooter mechanics, and even tactical tower-defense.

To capture its unique Space Western aesthetics, musical tracks from Arnaud Roy and American folk artist Lera Lynn have been included.

Learn more with the launch trailer for the game below:

ENDLESS™ Dungeon – Launch Trailer

The game will come out for PlayStation and Xbox consoles, along with the PC.

Note that the Standard Edition will release October 19. For those that pre-order, they can get themselves the exclusive “Dawn of the End” and “Pioneer Elite” skins packs.

Source: Press Release
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