Trendy Ascends To New Heights

Dungeon Defenders

Trendy Entertainment released some information regarding the new DLC for Dungeon Defenders II. The new add-on content Ascension looks to bring the PS4 version up to par with the PC version. Giving players new maps, larger towers, new weapons, pets and costumes, this release moves the the game into a full alpha release.

Jump on over to the official game page for more details.

Take a look at some in-game screenshots in the gallery.

Checkout the trailer here.


Read the full press release below.

Trendy Entertainment has launched the “Ascension” patch for the action tower defense game Dungeon Defenders II on the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system. Today’s huge update contains three major content releases from the PC version of Dungeon Defenders II – the two-part “Ascension” and “Alpha and Beyond” – bringing these new features and more to console players:

·Four new maps
·Bigger towers
·New weapons and builds that enhance a greater variety of attack styles, abilities and towers
·An original spooky event, featuring special maps, costumes, weapons and minibosses
·New pets and costumes

Today’s update officially moves Dungeon Defenders II on the PlayStation®4 system from pre-alpha to alpha. The game is quickly catching up to its PC companion, currently in open alpha via Steam Early Access. Trendy expects that new content updates will be in sync across both versions of the game this spring.

Dungeon Defenders II is a third-person action-strategy game with classic role-playing elements like loot, leveling, pets and more. It advances the original Dungeon Defenders experience with new combat and progression features, including single-player and four-person online cooperative multiplayer modes. Build the ultimate champions, defenses and tactics to overcome the invading waves of the Old Ones’ evil armies and save the magical land of Etheria.

Dungeon Defenders II is now in alpha access on the PlayStation®4 system for anyone who purchases a Dungeon Defenders II currency bundle through the PlayStation®Store. Currency bundles contain unique assortments of gems, accessories, skins, character slots and more, sold in increments of $14.99, $24.99 and $74.99.

Dungeon Defenders II will launch on PC, Mac, Linux and the PlayStation®4 system later this year as a free-to-play title supported by ethical in-game purchases. For more information, please visit, and follow along at and

Written by Ben Palmer

Ben Palmer

An avid video game enthusiast who loves collector’s editions, retro gaming & the history of this great hobby.

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