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Super Dungeon Bros

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Genre: Action/Adventure
Publisher: THQ Nordic (EU), Wired Productions (US)
Developer: React! Games
Release Date: Nov. 1, 2016

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'Super Dungeon Bros' (ALL) Free To Play Week On Steam - Trailer

by Rainier on Jan. 18, 2018 @ 7:31 a.m. PST

Super Dungeon Bros is a rock-themed co-op dungeon brawler in which a band of four mighty bros must raid the endless dungeons of Rökheim, a giant scar of godforsaken earth, where wars are waged in epic dungeons built by the gods themselves.

In Super Dungeon Bros, teams of up to four players will control hard rocking warrior bros in the ever-changing dungeons that combine rock and fantasy with dangerous foes, deadly obstacles and hazardous puzzles. Players will take on bosses and plunder loot from the dark recesses of Rökheim where the Dungeon Bros will slay anything and everything in their path, as no challenge is too big for the Bros and their motto, “Bros B4 Foes!”

Featuring captivating, laugh out loud action and adventure, players can rock out on or offline with four bros as they fling their friends onto far off ledges and distant trap triggers, or unleash their best tag team tactics with the ultimate bro-op offensive. Legendary tools of destruction can be individually levelled up to carry progress across sessions, and players can unleash weapon-specific co-op attacks that grow in power as others join in, such as the Bronado (stack up to create a whirling totem pole of destruction).

Three unique and challenging worlds await the brave ones as they explore the rock-themed realm of Rökheim and dive deep into the worlds of Cryptheim (an underground dungeon complex), Chillheim (a brewery built upon a natural brew geyser) and Bogheim (a sprawling jungle filled with poisonous plants and animals). Players will never rock the same dungeon twice thanks to the random room generation AI, and near-endless dungeon combinations! To keep things fresh between campaign sessions, players are also able to assemble and compete against other teams in the daily and weekly challenges to see who can claim the top spot on the global leaderboards!

Super Dungeon Bros will also feature a totally awesome single player campaign so Bros can rock it out on their lonesome. In the single player campaign, Super Dungeon Bros will scale itself accordingly to create a campaign worthy of a lonely bro. There will also be specific elements that carry over from the Single Player campaign including any collectables you pick up and there will also be specific daily and weekly challenges for single players and dedicated leaderboards.

Rock-n-roll inspired co-op dungeon brawler, Super Dungeon Bros is free-to-play January 18th-25th via Steam on Windows PC and Mac.

The free week brings with it a 75% discount on both the base game and existing DLC, whilst also coinciding with the release of brand new content for the rogue-like action brawler. The Idols DLC which launches today brings with it not only cosmetic enhancements for your Bros and Broettes but also a whole new way to play with the Idols weapon class.

 Add to your arsenal with new devastating ranged weapons that are worth worshipping. Control the enemy crowd by cursing, chilling, summoning and enveloping your enemies. In addition to the power of the Idols, unlock 8 more bro-tastic helmets and an all new Ultimate.

On top of the latest DLC and the game’s new Horde mode (which sees the Bros defend their shack against endless waves of the most horrible monsters, free across all formats,) developer React Games has made a number of improvements to gameplay and matchmaking since the games launch.

Super Dungeon Bros is currently available as physical and digital release for $19.99.


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