Trendy Entertainment has opened pre-alpha access to its action-tower defense game, Dungeon Defenders II, on PSN for PS4 in North America.
Anyone who purchases a Dungeon Defenders II currency bundle through the PlayStation Store can experience all the title’s fun, surprises and team play as it continues to develop. Dungeon Defenders II currency bundles, which contain unique assortments of gems, Hero accessories and skins, Hero character slots, and more, may be purchased in increments of $14.99, $24.99 and $74.99 (with additional discounts available for PlayStation Plus members for a limited time).
Dungeon Defenders II has been available on PC through Steam Early Access since late last year. Today’s pre-alpha launch on PlayStation 4 includes two new features not yet available on PC: controller support and local, two-player co-op, which can be combined with online play. The game will largely keep up with the pace of its PC counterpart in terms of new content and improvements, though some updates will be staggered between platforms. In the future, Dungeon Defenders II will launch on PlayStation 4, PC, Mac and Linux as a free-to-play title supported by ethical in-game microtransactions.
Pre-alpha access to Dungeon Defenders II is expected to arrive for European PlayStation 4 users in the coming days.