Robot Entertainment have announced through the Orcs Must Die Facebook page that the game’s sequel will be released to PC on July 30th, 2012.
Orcs Must Die 2 takes the tower defence/action/hack’n’slash mash-up style of the original PC and XBLA title and adds something sorely missing from the first game, which has been requested by fans; online two-player co-op. Players will play as the War Mage from the original OMD, as well as new character, the Sorceress.
There will also, of course, be plenty new enemies to kill and some shiny new traps and defences to kill them with.
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