Dust, monsters, and other joyous surprises are waiting for you behind each door! Dungeon of the Endless is Now available on PlayStation 4 FOR $19.99.
When their escape pod crashes on the unexplored planet of Auriga, prisoners and guards have no choice but to work together to survive. In this rogue-like dungeon-defense game, protect your generator with your team of heroes – each with their own strengths and flaws – from endless waves of monsters and fight your way to the surface to discover the truth about Auriga!
And for the first time, you’ll be able to select AYAIRI WHAIRYDD THE PUG right from the start on the selection screen.
View the launch trailer below:
SEGA and Amplitude Studios have partnered up with Playdigious to adapt and publish the critically acclaimed tower-defense Dungeon of the Endless on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.
* Carefully optimized for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 * Play as Ayairi Whairydd the pug! * Includes the Deep Freeze, Death Gamble, Rescue Team and Organic Matters add-ons * 5 languages, including the newly added Portuguese and Spanish * Get the Retail or Signature Edition by Merge Games!
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